The questions “who am I?” and “what am I?” are perennially inviting but perplexing queries. We get hints of our deepest selves and hazard guesses about our true natures, but are often left wondering. Yet, such questions as these are at the heart of what … read more.
How do we show our commitment to love within First Unitarian, to our community, and to the world? We invite you to worship with us – members, friends, visitors, from wherever in the world you may be. We look forward to lighting our chalice and … read more.
We’re in for a special treat this Sunday. In First Unitarian’s annual Wholly Family service, several families from our congregation will speak about their experiences coming together as a family, what they have learned, what they have shared along the way. Some are traditional families, … read more.
“Love is a many-splendored thing.” So, so true. It is a many splendored thing – and also sometimes it’s a mess. Ideally, even the messes can get us, did get us, to a better place, to a capacity for our loving to be wiser, … read more.
The Hebrew month of Adar is the harbinger of gladness when we need it most. With so many reminders about the capriciousness of our existence, our sacred texts teach us that celebration is not frivolous. Joy and laughter can bring blessing and redemption.
Rabbi Sarah E. … read more.
We invite you to worship with First Unitarian – members, friends, visitors, from wherever in the country or world you may be. This Sunday’s virtual service features Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay reflecting on a multi-cultural world and how our differences may influence our interactions.
Until we … read more.
We invite you to worship with First Unitarian – members, friends, visitors, from wherever in the country or world you may be. This Sunday’s virtual service will be presented jointly by the minister of our Partner Church in Transylvania Rev. Szabolcs Kelemen, Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay, … read more.
Four days into the new administration, our emeritus minister James reflects on the mysteries of change – good, ugly, and sometimes surprising.
Rev. James Ishmael Ford is emeritus minister of the First Unitarian Church of Providence. He currently lives with his spouse Jan in a very … read more.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. as First Unitarian joins with the congregation of Bethel AME in Providence for a joint worship service.
Click here to read the full version of Martin Luther King’s
Letter from a Birmingham Jail