Author: Worship Ministry

Calling Santa’s Helpers

We are again reaching out to our neighbors at Coleridge-Taylor Montessori Elementary School, where more than 600 students are elibible for free or reduced lunches due to low family income. We ask all who can to adopt a a family or child by providing a … read more.

Guest at Your Table

Pick up your GAYT box and feed it regularly (with coins and bills) between now and Christmas Eve. Bring it to Vespers and know that your donations will help our human rights partners around the world!

RE Project: Food Drive for Dare to Care

The Seekers class in First Unitarian’s Religious Exploration Program is collecting canned and boxed foods for Dare to Care throughout the month of November, starting Sunday, November 3.  Please help them to help others!

November Projects–Winter Warmth Drive

Warm hats, warm gloves, warm socks, warm hearts!  As the temperatures drops, we encourage all members and friends to remember the Winter Warmth Drive, to donate winter hats, gloves, and socks on two consecutive Sundays,  November 10 and 17. The Committee on Homelessness will be … read more.

What’s UUp Sunday, October 27?

Celebration of Life: 11:00am
Diwali – The Festival of Lights
Speaker: Rev. Lori KyleDiwali (also called Divali or Deepavali) is a “festival of lights” that celebrates the triumph of light over dark and good over evil, and the blessings of victory, freedom, and enlightenment. … read more.

New to UU Session Sunday, November 3!

Are you new to First Unitarian? Are you wondering what it means to be Unitarian Universalist? Would you like to know what it means to be part of a liberal, religious congregation in a bright, red state?

Join with members of the Connections Ministry after church … read more.

Board Creates Committee on Homelessness

On July 20, the First U Board of Trustees approved an amendment to the church by-laws creating a standing Committee on Homelessness.  The Committee is charged with developing and implementing a plan to engage with community-wide efforts to address homelessness on our doorstep, in our … read more.