Welcome! We are so glad you found us. We feel tremendous excitement for all that's happening at First Unitarian and hope that you will too. We offer opportunities to deepen your spiritual life, to connect with others, to engage your passions and talents, and to help bring peace and justice to the wider world.
We particularly welcome the special energy and vision that newcomers bring and are passionate about helping people to feel at home and to find their place among us. Attending Saturday or Sunday "Celebration of Life" services (Sunday-only May 29 through Labor Day) is a great way to get to know us. Below are a number of other "first steps" in becoming a part of the community. You are invited to attend our services and special events, explore our web site, and take advantage of our small group offerings. We are ready to be a partner in your search.
I personally welcome the chance to get to know you better. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you have or just for a direct introduction.
– Erin Julian, Director of Membership and Fund Development
Some good first steps:
JOIN us for our Celebration of Life Services
Held every Saturday and Sunday (Sunday only during the summer), a monthly theme is explored through readings, meditation time, music, and a thought-provoking sermon by one of our ministers.
ATTEND UU101: Introduction to First Unitarian
Our newcomer orientation is offered regularly and answers your questions about our church and our faith community.
SIGN UP for Starting Point: Introduction to the UU Journey
This 4-session series, designed especially for newcomers to our faith, explores our UU heritage, and encourages you to continue your own faith journey.
SIT IN on a drop-in discussion
group led by our ministers.
Currents Discussion Group addresses an important topic each month.
CHECK OUT the 20/30 UU Connections Group
If you are looking to meet some Unitarians who are "on the younger side" sign up for the 20/30 Connection e-mail list, e-mail email@example.com, or see here for more information.
EXPLORE Childrens Religious Education
Look at our RE curriculum or visit an RE classroom on Sunday morning.
STOP BY the "Welcome Table" in the church
I and other members are there every Sunday to answer questions and ensure that your visit to our church is positive and enriching.
November 9 2012