First Unitarian Church of Chicago


Our congregation provides many opportunities for friendship and community fellowship, intellectual stimulation, spiritual growth, involvement in social justice and other important issues, and pastoral support and mutual support of one another.  Ours is a diverse community of life-long learning and growing. We have no creed, but are joined together in the spirit of love and the light of our mission and vision, and Unitarian Universalist principles , which you will find elsewhere on this web site

We are a congregation for children, youth and adults of all ages.  We are intentionally inclusive, embracing and appreciating people of every age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstance. We welcome people from all religious backgrounds and beliefs and we support you in your seeking and growing.

Sunday Service - November 30

"You Have AIDS"
James McLarty-Lopes

The theme for World AIDS Day is "Getting to zero." Zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, and zero AIDS-related deaths. Considering the alarming rate of new HIV infections, the theme seems almost impossible. With new medications coming out on a regular basis and easier access to healthcare through the Affordable Care Act, have we as a society written off AIDS as something that really does not happen anymore? What does it mean to hear "You have AIDS"? Today we will explore the topic as well as take time to remember those we have lost in the fight.



Worship begins at 10:00 am Sundays
Religious Education: 10:15-11:30 am Sundays
Forums: 11:30 am Sundays
Child care available

5650 S. Woodlawn Ave. Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 324-4100

David and Teri Schwartz, Senior Co-Ministers
david.schwartz@firstuchicago. teresa.schwartz@firstuchicago

Laura Hollinger Antonelli, Director of Religious Education
Rev. Dr. William David Arksey, Minister at Large