Sunday February 14th - 9:15a and 11:00a

Love That Will Not Let Us Go by Rev. Mike Morran and Rev. Beth Chronister

Hope, divine grace, human grace. Can you separate divine & human grace?

This Week

Last call to board the SS Paraprosodokian for your "Sea Cruise".  Lafayette Street Players has turned our First Unitarian sanctuary (1400 N. Lafayette) into a cruise ship.  Drop in anytime during the day this week for a preview of our cruise liner. Then, this coming weekend, we will fill the "cruise ship" with music, dance, and romance for your entertainment. Join us on our cruise on Friday and Saturday nights (February 12 and 13) at 7:30 and at 2:00 on Saturday, February 13.

Come Walk the Path of Love with Dennis Grogan and Tina Proctor on Sunday, February 14 at 6:00p at Dancing the Soul. Enjoy stories, poems and live violin music played by First Unitarian's own Annie Kern, as well as walking the labyrinth to deepen the experience. There is a free event.

Are you ready to become an official member of this spiritual community? On the second Sunday of every month Rev. Mike Morran, Rev. Beth Chronister and members of the Connections Ministry will be available in the Minister's office immediately following the first service to hold a brief ceremony and Membership Book signing. Please bring a fully completed new member profile, pledge form and the fire of your commitment and you will be warmly welcomed into this faith community.

Making a Difference


Our Whole Souul Living Theme for March is Grace. The Universalist side of our heritage held grace as God’s free and unmerited love and blessing, the salvation of ALL souls. While the terminology of grace arose in Christianity, experiences of grace as oneness, glimpses of the holy, or healing transformation can be found across the world’s religions and traditions. Rev. Dr.

In Memoriam: Phyllis Dunlap

Phyllis W. Dunlap 

September 17, 1930 to December 12, 2015

iCubed Core Circle Information Sheet

iCubed Information Sheet


     “Am I my brother’s keeper?” This is the sarcastic answer that Cain, after killing his brother Abel, famously gives to God in the Old Testament. The reply leaves little doubt about how God sees it: “What have you done? Your brother's blood cries out to Me from the ground!”

Gratitude and Wisdom

​Mike Morran and I were chatting about the services on November 29 at First Unitarian.​

We spoke about lessons and skills that have been learned over a number of years of loss to cope.


A wonderful Whole Souul Living Theme, WISDOM will be our topic forthe month! A classic and Aristotelian definition of wisdom is, “The ability to do the right things, at the right time, for the right reasons.” Confucius wrote; “By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.