First Unitarian Church is a liberal, progressive religious community. We come together for support in living lives of integrity, service and love. Together we are building a beloved community that affirms a free and responsible search for truth and meaning and supports our spiritual growth. We provide a safe and caring environment for adults, children and youth to come and learn about themselves and the world around us. We provide a community that encourages outreach, growth and deep knowing. For we all yearn, as author and educator Parker Palmer says, “to know as we are known.” Read more…
Happy New Year! In 2018, we will be continuing our “Soul Matters” program, which has been working well so far. I encourage people to take home the packets, which can be found in the parish hall, to engage with the monthly topic and inspire conversation. You can visit the Facebook page here to find out more and engage with other congregations who are following the program: https://www.facebook.com/soulmatterssharingcircle/
Upcoming Soul Matters Themes:
January: Intention February: Perseverance March: Balance
April: Emergence May: Creativity June: Blessing
NEWS: We are going through an administrative transition at the moment, so please forgive us if the office is behind on some things. We will be welcoming our new administrator, Sarah Storer, next week and I hope you can pop into the office and say hello in the weeks to come. Keep your eye on this spot for Sarah’s introduction!
Sunday Service Information
THIS SUNDAY: 1/21/18: Hear the Women Roar!– A retrospective of how 2017 became the Year of the Woman, from the Women’s March one year ago today, to the #MeToo movement, to an unprecedented number of women deciding to get involved in politics or run for office in their communities, 2017 was a big year for women’s voices to finally be heard. We will explore this theme with several members of the congregation who took part in the march last year and initiate a discussion in the sanctuary about where the movement is going and what we can do to keep up the momentum of empowering women and girls in our communities and in our govenment.
Church Office Hours
Monday-Thursday, 10am-1pm (except holidays)
Tue, Wed & Thu 10-1
or by appointment at your convenience.
You may call the office (508-994-9686) or call
Karen Andersen at 508-441-9344
or email her at email@example.com