The March 2018 newsletter features: Jesus to Christ series on page 2, Meeting House restoration work begins with restricted parking on page 4, Commitment Drive update on page 6, annual Round the Table Dinners on page 7, and SisterSong on page 9.
In a major initiative to make First Unitarian a safe and welcoming place for everyone, the Prudential Committee approved a new Safe and Civil Church Policy. Jay Glasson, PruComm president, recently announced the new policy by email to the congregation.
A sub-group of the PruComm, headed … read more.
Cover story “Politics and Religion: How East Side clergy are encouraging difficult conversations in divisive times” prominently features Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay and First Unitarian in the January issue of East Side Monthly.
The article “Faith in Action: East Side clergy on the need for political … read more.
Are you thinking about becoming a member of First Unitarian? Or would you just like to find out more about Unitarian Universalism or First Unitarian Providence? A new Path to Membership class on the weekend of February 24th-25th can provide you with the information you … read more.
The exterior of our 200-year-old Meeting House will get a much-needed restoration beginning in April when contractor E. F. O’Donnell begins work. An appointed task force selected O’Donnell based on experience, completeness of bid response, financial health, project delivery history, and project cost.
A recent capital … read more.
The January 2018 newsletter features:
Coming of Age Taco Fiesta – page 3.
Meeting House Restoration – page 5.
New Members – pages 6 & 7.
Transylvania Partner Church – page 9.
Chalice Circle Signups and Samplers – page 10.
Harry Potter and the Sacred Text – page 10.
Sanctuary Host Training … read more.
At both Christmas Eve services we’ll be honoring all infants born to families in the church by naming them and lighting a candle for each of them to lift up the blessing and hope of their new lives. This moment is simple and joyful. If … read more.
Submit orders to the church office by Sunday, December 10
Each holiday season, the church is filled with poinsettias given in memory or celebration of a loved one(s). The cost is $20 per plant per person.
To order your poinsettia, contact the church … read more.
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The First Unitarian Church of Providence was presented with a Heroes of Faith Congregational Award on Thursday, November 2nd, for its work in becoming the first Sanctuary Congregation in Rhode Island. The award was given by the Rhode Island State Council of Churches at the … read more.