Upcoming Services

February 3 – Unlikely Friends

Rev. Teri Unitarian Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The only way to have a friend is to be a friend.” As biological families are increasingly geographically separated, our friends are often our closest “family”—by proximity, and sometime by the heart, too.  We’ll explore stories of unlikely friendships and what they can remind us about what matters … Continued

February 10 – Happily Ever After

Rev. David The oldest written story in the world, the Epic of Gilgamesh, is a classic hero’s journey: a story of adventure and bravery, love and grief. Even 4,500 years after its composition, it speaks fresh words to our basic humanity, to our sense of what it is to be alive and have to die, … Continued

February 17 – Living Our Belief

Dr. Daniel Davis, preaching Rev. Teri Schwartz and Rev. Jason Lydon In honor of Black History Month, we are proud to welcome African American Studies and African Studies scholar Dr. Daniel Davis. Dr. Davis will explore contemporary racial injustice, and identify what each of us can do to fight for a more equal and just … Continued

February 24 – Two Kinds of Stories

Revs. Teri and David Schwartz and Rev. Jason Lydon It is said there are only two kinds of stories in the world: you go on a journey and a stranger comes to town.  We’re about to do both here at First U! Come and commission our Sabbatical Minister, the Rev. Jason Lydon, and come bid … Continued