Sunday January 15th - 9:15a and 11:00a 

Creating Home with Reverend Mike Morran

With poignant story, music, and testimonial, this Sunday will highlight the commitment of First Unitarian and our many volunteers to homelessness in Denver

This Week

Planning on attending the Women’s March on Denver on January 21? All Unitarian Universalists from across the state and region are invited to join and march together to publicly show our solidarity with the mission of the March. We will meet at 8:30a on Lincoln St. in Denver, midway between 14th Ave. and Colfax (at the bottom of the west steps of the State Capitol).

Please join us! At this pivotal time in history, as individuals and as Unitarian Universalists, we want to stand up and be counted among those who made a difference!! Our plan is to meet at a central location in Castle Rock to get grounded in a spiritual mode and build focus prior to carpooling to the rally. (We are also looking into the possibility of chartering a bus.)
The mission of the Women’s March closely reflects our UUA principles:

Do you play a musical instrument, sing, or just like to listen to live acoustic music up close?  Then join us for our next Song Circle (usually every 3rd Sat.) where we make music for the fun of it – like sitting around a campfire but indoors.  The next Song Circle will be Saturday January 21 6:30p – 8:30p.  Location: Davis/Derrick residence, 3119 N Josephine St, Denver. Optional: bring instrument, song book, snacks, drinks.  Questions?  Contact Paul Derrick at 254-723-6346.

Making a Difference



Our Whole Souul Living Theme for this month is Divinity. For traditional Christians, the word usually refers to the Christian God or the nature of Jesus. For Jews, divinity could apply to anything from the orthodox God of the Old Testament to the cosmic Ein Sof (without end) of Kabbahlistic teaching. For many Indigenous People, divinity could refer to the animating spirits of nature or the mysterious forces that turn the seasons or the world.

This Week in RE

Content updated Thursday, Jan. 12th, 2017

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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.