At First Unitarian Church, we create conditions that lead you to a life of balance, wholeness, and fulfillment. We believe that a life of sacred purpose contains at its core, elements of reverence, right relationship, service, and lifelong learning. To make this balance possible for you, we offer interwoven experiences of meaningful worship, opportunities for deep connection with others, engagement with the wider world, and spiritual practice and study based on the world's great religions and wisdom traditions. Informed by our distinct Unitarian Universalist perspective, we strive to transform you so that, together, we may transform the world. Join us in this great calling.
Our Path to Connection, Community, and Membership involves three gatherings that provide opportunities for personal spiritual exploration, an overview of the history of Unitarian Universalism and the history of First Unitarian Church, an introduction to our groups and activities, and information about how to become an official member of First Unitarian Church. The three gatherings are:
Step One: Getting to Know UU
Step Two: Unitarian Universalism as a Spiritual Path
Step Three: Becoming a Member: Covenanting with First Unitarian Church
The sessions are led by Rev. David Herndon and members of the Connections Team. Childcare is available at the Sunday afternoon sessions if you let us know at least a week in advance that you will need childcare. You will have an opportunity to sign the membership book at the end of Step Three.
If you have decided that would like to become a member of First Unitarian Church, or if you are considering membership but you would like to learn more, or if you simply would like to know how to become more involved with this religious community, please attend our Path to Connection, Community, and Membership!
You may view upcoming orientation times and register by filling out the online form, or you may register by contacting our Program Assistant, Cicely Moultrie, at email@example.com, or at 412/621-8008, extension 107.