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I Can’t Get No Satisfaction

In this time of profound division and struggle, Dr. King’s choices and wisdom offer us essential lessons about how to move through our days and stay true to what we believe.

 

Living Our Faith Out Loud

Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray was elected President of the Unitarian Universalist Association on June 24, 2017. Prior to her election, she served as Lead Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, Arizona. Susan played a critical role in the long-term campaign to end the constitutional … read more.

Rest and Comfort in Difficult Times: Informing and Supporting Our Call to Action

Award-winning musicians Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly present traditional American folk music with beautiful vocals, instrumentation, and narration that adeptly address the human experience. Longtime members of First Unitarian Church, Aubrey and Elwood have also been part of several long-running theological, action, and contemplation groups … read more.

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service

This later Christmas Eve service will be filled with candlelight atmosphere, marvelous music, beloved carols, festal readings, and Christmas spirit.

Note that the prelude will begin at 8:45 for this 9:00 pm service!

All are welcome to this traditional celebration of song and story, darkness … read more.

Winter Solstice Service

Join us as we celebrate the shortest day of the year and turn the corner to longer days. Everyone is invited to participate in one of three activities: a musical activity, a craft project, or a story telling.

Spiritual but Not Religious: The Separation of Church and Faith

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Sermon Text

Once when I was skimming the Unitarian Universalist Association Bookstore Catalogue, I thought I saw, as the pages flipped past, this title: How to Pray Without Being Religious.  What?!  … read more.

Consider the Quahog

Nina Lytton is a humanist chaplain and celebrant, and a candidate for Unitarian Universalist Ministry.  She serves as an interfaith chaplain in clinical pastoral education at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.  Nina is one of those people who really likes school.  She has an economics degree … read more.