Sunday September 25th

One Service Only at 9:30a on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol

Claiming the Audicity of Love

The world we are called to create is one where all our human and planetary diversity can live well and in peace. As people of faith, we are not democrats, republicans, libertarians, greens, or any other political label. We are loyal only to what is higher and more noble than any single human or institution. We are dedicated and accountable to justice, morality, compassion, equality, and redemption. 

NOTE: There will be no service held at First Unitarian this Sunday,

This Week

Metro Caring invites you to Cornucopia- its signature fundraising event to support a food waste and hunger free Denver - held September 28th, 5-8pm. This year's event will feature keynote speaker, Dana Gunders, Senior Scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council.  As a national leader in food-waste mitigation, Dana recently published her first book, the Waste-Free Kitchen Handbook, which offers a consumer guide to reducing wasted food from the grocery store to the kitchen.

Barabra Snook 9wife of Rundell Brown) is offering one week. Usually arrive/depart Fridays/Sundays. $450/week and stay must be prior to end of 2016!  Check out options here. Please call Barbara or email

Making a Difference

This Week in RE

Each week, this page is updated with announcements and information to help families fully engage with our Religious Exploration Program.  Please see our newest edition of the Religious Education Program Guide or our Program Specific Web Pages (listed to the right) for more information.  Please contact Erin Kenworthy, Director of Religious Exploration at with questions and feedback.



Insight is the Whole Souul Living Theme for July

An Open Letter About Brock Turner

This post is not officially from First Unitarian Society of Denver, just a personal statement by Senior Minister, Rev. Mike Morran. 


The 4th Principle of Unitarian Universalism is: “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Certainly there is a category of empirical truth to the physical world. Just as certainly there is a category of more subjective truth that will vary from person to person. Still, in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, we take the question of religious truth very seriously. It was the search for truth and a more authentic religious experience that led us to break away from more traditional Christianity.