Visiting a church for the first time can be very intimidating. What do you wear? Do kids attend services? Where can you park? Get the answers here.
First Unitarian Church of Baltimore is located on the corner of Charles and Franklin Streets in the heart of Baltimore’s Mount Vernon District. The Enoch Pratt Parish Hall is on Charles Street, directly behind the main building. Visit our location page for more details. There you will find information about our buildings’ entrances, parking and public transportation.
Everyone is welcome at First Unitarian Church of Baltimore, including those of all abilities. Our accessibility page offers information on how we have accommodated our buildings and programs so that all can join us.
From September through June, services are held at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary. In July and August, services begin at 10:00 a.m. and are held in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall. Check the events calendar for service themes.
Before services in September through June, we offer Religious Education for All, programming for children and adults. For information, check out our learning pages.
We encourage everyone to wear a name tag, so that we can easily learn one another’s names. Request a name tag at the Welcome Table in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall during coffee hour.An usher will give you a name tag as you enter the Sanctuary, or you can pick one up at the Welcome Table in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall during coffee hour.
We are as diverse in our attire as we are in our beliefs. Jeans, dresses, or three-piece suits—be comfortable!
Children and infants are always welcome in our services. There is a Children’s Corner in the back of the sanctuary. Here, little ones can play quietly, color and look at picture books. A nursery, staffed by an experienced caregiver, is available for babies and toddlers. Special programming may be offered during services, from time to time, for children in Pre K through 5th grade.