A religious community concerns itself not only with spiritual development; it also invites all people into a circle of connection, caring, and friendship. We value and support each other through opportunities to both give and receive care and we develop treasured connections by gathering together for celebration and fun.
Our Caring Ministry
Learn about our opportunities to both give and receive care.
Learn about our small group ministry program that facilities spiritual exploration and personal growth.
Find out how to have fun and get to know others in the congregation.
Read about our social event of the year – it keeps on giving all year long!
Clara Barton Guild
Learn about our women’s group that combines fellowship, service to the church, and education.
Members and friends of the First Unitarian Universalist Church have many reasons for being part of this religious community. Often people say they come for their children, but end up staying for themselves. Some just love to sing and quickly find their place in the choir. Others seek spiritual or personal inspiration for daily living, while still others want to add their passion for social or environmental justice causes we support. Some members are retired and may choose to become quite deeply involved in one or more of the Fellowships many activities.