Vocation and Calling is our Meeting House theme this month. Worship this morning will ask what calls us. What theology, what traditions, what values, what places, what yearnings call to us? Especially now, when so much is asked of us, are we able to attend … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay
Everything’s different. Everything’s the same. Things are constantly changing, improving, regressing. COVID changes everything and nothing. Now we’re at least coming back together, not only at church but with family and friends – and it’s not easy. We didn’t like being apart and being isolated, … read more.
We invite you to worship with First Unitarian – members, friends, and visitors from wherever in the country or world you may be. This Sunday’s virtual service features Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay speaking about the school of hard knocks plus special musical guests. We look … read more.
Join us this Sunday as we honor Music Director Fred Jodry on his last day with us after serving First Unitarian for the past 20 years. You’ll hear lots of special music and a live choir plus a special celebration of Fred’s time with us. … read more.
Join us this Sunday as First U’s new mission statement is revealed during the worship service at 10:30am. Members of the Mission Statement Task Force will join Rev. Liz for this special presentation.
Until we can safely gather in our Meeting House again, tune in the … read more.
First Unitarian invites you to worship with us – members, friends, visitors from wherever in the country or world you may be. This Sunday’s virtual service features Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay with special guest Rev. Andy Pakula, pastor of the First Unity Church of London, … read more.
We will explore essential questions of faith: how we know what we know, how we believe what we believe. Using ancient texts from the Gnostic Gospels and the Gospel According to John, to late Middle Ages The Cloud of Unknowing, to the 19th c. writings … read more.
There are days in life that change everything, not only for us but for everyone. We look back on them and the questions are always the same. Do you remember…? Where were you when….? On September 11, 2001, I was living in Washington DC … read more.
What happens if you can’t get your “old life” back? Are there new forms of wholeness that we can seek?
Members, friends, visitors – from wherever in the world you may be – we invite you to join us this Sunday. You will hear inspiring messages, … read more.
“For all that is our life we sing our thanks and praise;
for all life is a gift which we are called to use
to build the common good and make our own days glad.”
I love this hymn; I always have. But now, how … read more.