As we embark on this time of social distancing, I feel as close as ever to each of you. To express this, occasionally I will be sending what I consider to be ‘love notes’ to you. This note is compliments of one of the finest Irish poets … read more.
Message from Rev. Lori Kyle:
We ask that congregants stay home this Sunday (and every Sunday until further notice), but please participate in a special online service with us. On this site’s homepage, click on the “Worship” tab, then select “Livestream Our Service” and follow the … read more.
All on-site, in-person Religious Exploration classes and activities are cancelled for the time being.
Stay tuned! We hope to have some online activies coming to you in the very near future! Check our Facebook page for the quickest, up-to-the-minute updates. Facebook page address: First Unitarian Church, … read more.
Join us for our next book selection, A Mind Unraveled — the compelling story of acclaimed journalist and New York Times bestselling author Kurt Eichenwald’s ongoing struggle with epilepsy—his torturous decision to keep his condition a secret to avoid discrimination, and his ensuing decades-long battle to … read more.
We are starting a new Young Adult Group. If you are curious about the wonders of life and the navigation of adulthood, please join us from 10-11 am every Sunday at First Unitarian church in the open classroom. Snacks and beverages will be provided!!
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 go directly to the UUSC (Unitarian Universalist Service Committee) to aid our human rights partners around the … read more.
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.
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.
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.
Follow the link below to sign up to be an assistant for RE hour or Children’s Celebration during the service. Lesson plans and supplies are all in place, we just need assistants to help us meet our safe classroom policy of two adults per classroom. … read more.