Worship

Worship With Us

During the COVID-19 outbreak of Spring 2020, in-person worship services at First Unitarian Church are suspended. We will offer a video service via Facebook Live every Sunday morning at 10:30. Services last about 30 minutes and are appropriate for all ages, with music, prayer, a story, and a pastoral message. 

During our service, we share prayers from our community. Fill out the form below to submit a prayer to be read during Sunday's service.

Prayer Request

spirit under construction

A flaming chalice

We are all works in progress. All of us, wherever we are on our journey, are embraced by the Spirit of Love in all we do. A sermon series on discovering our spiritual lives.

Sunday mornings 10:30AM  

Sunday, April 5, 2020
Celebrating Freedom

We tell the ancient stories of freedom and honor the beginning of Passover in the coming week. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.
Service Music: In our online service, we offer music selections for meditation throughout the service.
Faith Development: We'll continue with our unit on Superhero Self Care

Sunday, April 12, 2020
Practicing Resurrection

On this Easter Sunday, we celebrate the mystery of resurrection and life reborn. Resurrections happen every day, whenever we decide to embrace life before death. The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart preaching.
Service Music: In our online service, we offer music selections for meditation throughout the service.

Sunday, April 19, 2020
Earth Day

Honor the earth through ritual and music.
Service Music: In our online service, we offer music selections for meditation throughout the service.
Faith Development: Join us for an Earth Day multigenerational service.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Service Music: We welcome Brian Jones as organist.
Faith Development: Deeds not Creeds: join us as we take a look at what makes Superheroes heroic and ask how do we become Superheroes

Sunday, May 3, 2020

Faith Development: Deeds not Creeds: join us as we take a look at what makes Superheroes heroic and ask how do we become Superheroes