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Unitarian church may refer specifically to:
- General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, the main body in the United Kingdom
- Unitarian Universalist Association, in the U.S.
- Canadian Unitarian Council
- Unitarian Church of Transylvania, 1565–present, in what is now Romania and Hungary
- Non-subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland
- American Unitarian Association, 1825–1961
- Billingshurst Unitarian Chapel, 1754, West Sussex
- Brighton Unitarian Church, 1820, built by Amon Henry Wilds
- Newington Green Unitarian Church, North London
- Rivington Unitarian Chapel, in Lancashire
- Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel, Hampstead, North London; one of the biggest congregations nationally
- Todmorden Unitarian Church, in West Yorkshire
- Toxteth Unitarian Chapel, in Liverpool
- Unitarian Chapel, Liverpool
- Unitarian Meeting House, Ipswich
- York Unitarian Chapel
- Unitarian Church (Hampton Falls, New Hampshire), NRHP-listed
- Unitarian Church in Summit, in Summit, New Jersey
- Unitarian Church of All Souls, New York City
- Unitarian Church in Charleston, South Carolina
- All Souls Unitarian Church (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
- All Souls Church, Unitarian (Washington, D.C.), founded as the First Unitarian Church of Washington
- First Unitarian Church (disambiguation)
- Second Unitarian Church (now known as Temple Sinai synagogue), building in Brookline, Massachusetts.
- List of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist churches
- United and uniting churches, those formed through the merger (or other form of union) between two or more Protestant denominations
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