Speaker: Rev. Molly Hammerhand

Bloom Where You’re Planted

Our annual Flower Ceremony service is a beloved UU tradition that reminds us of the love and beauty that bloom when we share our gifts with one another. 

Please bring a fresh flower (or several!) with you to share.

The Annual Meeting will take place in person and over Zoom, directly following the service.

May the Road Rise: A Bridging Service

Bridging is a Unitarian Universalist rite of passage that celebrates our youths’ entry into young adulthood. Come join us to celebrate those who’ve grown up in First UU, and commemorate the passages and journeys of life.

The Vision that Beckons Us

At First UU, we love our Juniper jetpig, who carries Justice, Equity, Transformation, Pluralism, Interdependence and Generosity in their backpack, but where have the beloved Eight Principles of Unitarian Universalism gone? Join us as we look a little closer at the values that ground our practice and rediscover the things we think we’ve lost.

The Question That Drives Us

Each of us is here because at one time we felt called to explore our values, convictions and beliefs in community with others.  What might our individual journeys have in common, and what makes them distinct?

Transforming Resurrection

The Christian celebration of Easter Sunday is one of many spiritual stories of death, resurrection, and rebirth after a period of reflection and mourning.  In this time of seismic change and uncertainty, where do we find restoration to return us to life?