The Unitarian Church in Cork has a history that stretches back for more than three hundred years. Since 1717 the congregation has gathered in the Church in Princes Street for worship each Sunday. The Unitarian Church is a non creedal Church that has its roots in the Christianity yet draws inspiration from all faiths as well as from nature, art, poetry and music.
The church in Princes Street is one of Cork’s most important historical buildings. The congregation there is vibrant, welcoming and committed to being a liberal religious voice in life of Cork City. Unitarians in Cork welcome people of all faiths and non to join us for Sunday Service as we explore spirituality in its many forms.
You can learn more about our history here ...