Sunday May 1st - 9:15a and 11:00a

One Song, Many Voices - First Unitarian Music Sunday

Through joining our voices together in song, we have the power to create change and peace -- in ourselves, our community, and our world. Join us for our annual Music Sunday service featuring our Chalice Singers, First Unitarian Children's Choir, Voices Three, and Mike Fitzmaurice (Colcannon).



This Week

Climate Messages
Hard Lessons from Social Psychology - A Workshop with Maria Talero, PhD

Campaign:  Stop Anti-LGBTQ Laws: Discrimination is Not a Religious Value! Each of us can help build the momentum we need to bring about a more just world. Please read about and take action on this campaign. After you've signed the petition please share it with others.

As Reverend Mike has said, it takes over 40 people, working at different tasks, to pull off a Sunday service. From child care to march organizers, from greeters to sound engineers, from musicians to flower arrangers, from paid staff to professional janitors, from RE teachers to choir members…it takes a community of dedicated people who make the Sunday service come off professionally every week. We get an opportunity to use our talents in service to the community and that in turn those tasks gives us purpose.

Making a Difference


In a wonderful allegory, Rev. Barbara Pescan wrote:  One of the old ones stood up into the morning light and spoke to those who had come back to the river: "Now we have come again to this place; it is a good thing. My life apart from you is not as strong. Yes, I have danced and I have told the stories at my own fire and I have sung to all the six directions.


Proudly a Covenantal tradition, Covenant is our Whole Souul Living Theme for April.  In Unitarian Universalism, we are distrustful of creeds, and we mean something fairly specific when we talk about covenant.  Covenant for us is not a contract or specific promise.  Rather, our covenant is a statement of our highest, mutual aspirations.  The underlying religious premise is that how we actually live our lives is more important than what we might individually believe t


Welcome to Religious Exploration - [RE]

How to Enroll

Parents need to enroll their children in the RE program. This helps us communicate upcoming events and changes to programming. It also helps us better manage our room and journey guide resources. Our registration process is now 100% paperless. Please either register or visit our RE Welcome Table on Sundays.


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.