Ways We Communicate
First Unitarian communicates news, events, and information through a variety of electronic media and publications.
The First Unitarian website is loaded with useful information for visitors, newcomers, and those interested in learning more about who we are and what we do.
First U Times
First U Times, our new weekly newsletter, is the single source for news and upcoming events at First Unitarian. It reaches all members and friends plus those who have signed up to receive it. Distributed by email on Thursdays, First U Times can be accessed by smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop at any time from any location. To view the latest edition of First U Times and other recent email broadcasts, click here.
First Unitarian’s Facebook page contains updates, useful links, photos, and more. To connect, click here or type “First Unitarian Providence” in the search box on Facebook. In either case, be sure to “like” us and keep up-to-date.
A live feed of First Unitarian Sunday worship services is broadcast during the church year, September through mid-June. If you are away or cannot come to church, be sure to tune in at 10:30am on Sunday mornings.
Also, the Side With Love group at First U has an additional Facebook page that you can reach by clicking here or by searching for “Side With Love – First Unitarian, Providence” on Facebook.
Our Instagram feed will give you an ongoing look at life at First Unitarian. You can follow First U by clicking here, or searching for “FirstUProvidence” on Instagram.
Published at the beginning of each new church year in September, the Resource Book is a large, glossy, magazine-style print publication loaded with information about First Unitarian and photos. It gives newcomers as well as members an overview of First Unitarian’s programs, groups, events, staff, and leaders. Click here for the latest issue.
Religious Education News
An email goes out weekly to volunteer teaching teams from our director of religious education with news and information about the upcoming Sunday’s Spiritual Pathways Program for Children and Youth. Parents receive an email each month with information, inspiration about themes, and notes on UU parenting.