There are no classes on December 16, 23 or 30. Childcare will be available in the nursery on those Sundays. We will see you back refreshed for the new year on January 6. Stay tuned for exciting news about the cool new offerings for adult and … read more.
Greetings from your Board of Trustees! Are you curious what we’ve been up to? Over our past few meetings we have done a lot of work, and would like to share with you some of the things we are most happy with:
The purchase and installation … read more.
First U’s Solar Array Project will take your old lights and turn them into cash which will be used to buy more solar panels for First U! Drop them into the SAP aluminum can receptacle in the courtyard (outside the kitchen door) or give them … read more.
The First Unitarian Dinner Club season is tipping off in January! This event allows you to meet and dine with old and new members at First U. We ask that you host one potluck dinner over the coming season and attend events hosted by others. … read more.
Here’s a reminder of First U’s weather policy: When the JCPS schools are closed due to weather, then the office is officially closed. (Staff members and volunteers often come in anyway but call first if you need in the building to make sure.) CLCM’s policy … read more.
Orders will be taken November 18-December 2.
It is the tradition to decorate the Sanctuary with Poinsettias for Vespers Worship Service on December 24th. The Aesthetics Team does this with your help! We offer you the opportunity to purchase a poinsettia(s) to honor, in memory, or give … read more.
This is an annual collection for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, which works to advance human rights around the world. Each year we distribute boxes and information for folks to take home. We hope that you will feed the Guest at Your Table box regularly … read more.
This project began in 2008 with the mission of doing our part to protect the environment by reducing the amount of carbon dioxide into the air. So far, First U has installed 14 panels on the roofs, generating nearly five percent of the electricity the … read more.