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…
Sunday Service Information
This Sunday, December 4, 2016: Wendy Wiggins, “Stand on the Side of Love”
On November 8, UUA President Peter Morales posted the following words on the UUA website: “Our voice is going to matter in the coming years. Our role, as always, will be to be a powerful voice for compassion and civil rights. Perhaps, at times, we may even be called upon to join with others to resist flagrant injustice.”
Please join us on Sunday Dec. 4 for a special service devoted to our church’s response and responsibilities in light of recent events, which call us, quite literally, to Stand on the Side of Love. To that end and under guidance provided by national and state UU leadership, we will explore UUNB’s role in the upcoming Million Women’s March, showing solidarity with the Standing Rock water protectors, the possibility of becoming a sanctuary church, and other ways to use our voices, bodies, and words to address important issues of the day.
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