At First Unitarian, worship is an experience we create together―not in adoration of a god, rather a celebration of awe, wonder, and the sacred. We hold one another in mutual embrace through the many ways in which we connect with one another here. We collectively act for justice in ways large and small. We commit to lifelong learning and spiritual practice that enriches our lives and those around us.

  • Our Sunday morning worship celebrations typically include hymns, one or more readings, music, a sermon, an offering, and a prayer or meditation.
  • Religious education classes for children and youth take place at the same time as our worship celebrations. Children are invited to stay for the first part of our worship services and then attend age-appropriate classes.
  • The “cuddle room” for folks with fussy infants is located to the rear of the Sanctuary adjacent to the elevator. There is a loudspeaker in the room so that you and your child can continue to hear the service.
  • We host refreshments and conversation after services in the Undercroft Gallery on the lower level. Please join us. All are welcome.

With the church building closed, we are hosting our coffee hour via Zoom.

Contact the minister for the link.
  •  Some people dress more formally, others dress more casually. All are welcome.
  • We recognize that human diversity is both a fact of life and an intentional achievement for a religious community or any other organization. All are welcome.
  • Whatever your race, culture, or place in society, there is a place for you here in our diverse religious community. Come into our embrace, whomever you are. All are welcome.

Welcoming Guests and Visitors

Located in the Garden Lobby, the Welcome Table is a place where you can talk with someone from our Membership Committee if you have questions about First Unitarian Church or about Unitarian Universalism.

We ask that you provide your name and contact information on the form below or on a guest form in person. Guest forms are available on small clipboards in the pews, at the welcome table, and from the ushers and greeters.