Author: Kelly Coccio

From First U President Cheryl

Thursday, March 27

Dear First U Family,

I am missing all of you so much! It’s been two weeks since we have been able to gather in our Meeting House together. These are extraordinary times. I hope that you are watching YouTube on Sunday mornings to hear … read more.

RI Governor’s Order on March 17

Dear First U Community,

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo issued an Executive Order on March 17 stating, “Gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in Rhode Island.” She then provides a list of types of gatherings that this “includes, but is not limited to”, and … read more.

February 7th Potluck Sign-up

Potluck with Rev. David Pyle
Giving, Receiving, as Love Shows Us How
2020-21 Commitment Drive


Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.Name *Phone *Cell or homeEmail *Total adults attending: *Total children attending: *Need Childcare *NoYesI will bring: *AppetizersMain Course (Meat)Main Course (Veg)VegetablesSaladDesertBeveragesGluten Free ItemFood I … read more.

Colonial New England Recipes and More

Colonial New England Recipes – a 22-page collection of recipes from as far back as 300 years ago, provided by Jim Barfoot:

More sources: – Colonial Recipes

Colonial Sense Recipes – Just kid’s recipes

Boston Magazine … read more.

How far can reach a smile?

Getting ready for the onslaught of turkey and thanks coming this week, I found myself thinking about family politics. Just then a title in our hymnal came to mind (How Far Can Reach a Smile?), and I held onto that question throughout the day.

Later that … read more.