Speaker: Rev. Patricia Hart
We will honor work on this Labor Day Sunday: the hard-won gains of those who organize to make life better for all workers; the faith and perseverance of all who work to make life possible for others. In this time of overwhelming and overlapping crises, … read more.
During the last 18 months, 14 members of First UU have died. In this time of pandemic and disruption, we have not been able to gather to mark and mourn each person’s passing. So we are remembering them all together in this service… celebrating some … read more.
In this challenging world of ours, it feels good to be right – especially about things that matter. The uncomfortable truth, however, is that people can learn more from discovering that they’re not as right as they thought they were. Has this ever happened to you?
All are … read more.
Due to an unfortunate weather forecast, we have decided to cancel this Sunday’s Worship Service. Please join us for a special Online Coffee Hour. at 10 a.m.
Live-streamed services begin weekly on August 15. Check the eNews and website for more information.
So much has changed; so much is changing still, all around us. All are welcome to FUUSB’s first in-person worship service in more than a year! We’ll share questions, stories, reflection and music together OUTSIDE the Meeting House. There will be chairs, but feel … read more.
Words matter. The text of the 1776 Declaration of Independence did more than inform the English government that 13 “American” colonies had had enough – it also gave future American generations a set of values to live up to. #Black Lives Matter was first seen … read more.
It is the time of Summer Solstice, when our days in the Northern Hemisphere are the longest of the year, and the Earth seems alive with new life and new possibilities. How shall we celebrate, in this year of change and challenge?
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The much-loved tradition of “Flower Communion” comes to us from the Unitarian congregation in Prague, whose minister and members created this ritual to remember the beauty that lives in every community, and every time. Even when life is hard, and the future uncertain. … read more.
We will celebrate Memorial Day through stories of some who fought and died in battle (and those who loved them), and stories of some who brought artistry and faith to the essential work of remembering the wars that have defined us, and the warriors who … read more.