Located at the heart of historic downtown Baltimore since 1817, First Unitarian Church of Baltimore a historic building, so we have taken measures to renovate our facilities so that they are accessible. Learn about the accessibility of our building and programs.
The congregation’s office is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Contact our office using our contact form.
During the week, we use the entrance on Hamilton Street. A buzzer is there to alert staff that the door needs to be opened. When events are held in the Sanctuary (for worship, weddings, memorials, and more), the entrance to the sanctuary is open on Franklin Street. During Religious Education for All and events held in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall, the Charles Street door is open.
On Sundays and after 6:00 on weekdays, there is free parking along Franklin and Charles Streets. In addition, the Franklin Street parking garage, directly across from the sanctuary, is free until 1:00 p.m. on Sundays. During the week, parking is paid for at electronic meters that accept change and credit cards.
Our downtown location means that we’re very close to special, city-wide events, including the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the Flower Mart. For that reason, parking is limited on certain weekends throughout the year, which we let congregants and visitors know about.
Our Google Maps link offers you door-to-door directions for driving, walking, biking, or public transit.
Two metro stops are close to First Unitarian: Centre Street and Lexington Market. Along with the Charm City Circulator (Purple), public busses have stops on Charles Street close to First Unitarian Church of Baltimore. Check the MTA Website for up-to-date bus and metro schedules.