May Newsletter is now available to view or download

Annual May Breakfast, Saturday, May 14, 8:00-11:00a

Final "Path to Membership" Class of the Year, Saturday, May 21, 9:00a - noon

Volunteer to Help Refugees with Social Justice Ministry, Sunday, May 15, noon

May Parish Supper: Friday the 13th - GNOMES IN CONCERT! 5:30 - 9p

Sermons Now Available in both Full Text and as Audio Podcast

  All services are open to the public, followed by Coffee Hour.

Services in the Meeting House begin:
10:30a — Sept - June 14
10:00a — June 21 - Aug
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  Our lifespan faith development program is called "Spiritual Pathways." It is religious education for all ages. Child care is available each Sunday.
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all are welcome
We are a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Our congregation of adults and young people gather in a supportive faith community to: explore our own paths to spiritual fulfillment, grow both intellectually and spiritually, and practice religious education and spiritual exploration as lifelong endeavors.

We are a Welcoming Congregation. We are committed to the first Unitarian Principle, which recognizes the inherent worth and dignity of every person. We support full civil rights for all, and we welcome gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people into our church family.

Visit our newcomers section for more information. And contact us with any questions. We hope you'll join us!

our covenant
On the 23rd of April, 2010, our congregation voted its third convenant since first gathering as a congregation in 1720.

We, the members of the First Unitarian Church of Providence, with respect for the worth and dignity of each person, with wonder at the light we know by many names, and with gratitude for our deep connection to each other and the larger web of existence, covenant to walk together in our search for truth, seeking the paths of wisdom, compassion, and justice.

Register for Spiritual Pathways.
Young People's Sunday Morning RE Program
All children and youth must be signed up each year.

Download the 2015-2016 Resource Book.