New Britain is a small fellowship that was founded in the 1960's.  It has gone through many changes throughout the years but has maintained a core group that truly have become friends. Please come experience the welcoming environment.  We have a variety of outside speakers, but we are also fortunate to have distinguished members that we call on from time to time.  Meetings are held in a picturesque carriage house tucked away in the center of New Britain.  This renovated carriage house is the home of the New Britain Art League.  Paintings and sculptures are always on display against the the rustic walls, lending a warmth and charm that are hard to find. 

    Topics in 2008 - 2009 have ranged from "When God was a woman" to "The myth of the Loch Ness monster."  Many of our members have been connected to Central Connecticut State University, giving us access to speakers such as Norton Mezvinsky and the late Paul Beeching.  Throughout the year we touch on current events, historical perspectives and the spirituality of our fellow man.  Talks are always followed by coffee, confections and a lively discussion.

    Visitors and friends are more than welcome to join any of our meetings, which are posted on our calendar.  Our calendar runs from September through May.  Due to our small size we only meet on the second and fourth Sundays of the month and we do not have a Sunday school program.  Our meeting schedule is on opposite Sundays from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Farmington Valley, which meets at the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury CT.