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Via Zoom:

Via Phone: Dial 1-646-558-8656, and enter meeting ID 131-764-42

All are welcome to worship with us virtually via Zoom!

Sign up to be an Usher and/or Greeter in-person!

Since we are back in the building, we are in need of in-person Ushers and Greeters! Sign up to be an in-person usher and/or greeter here:

We have been holding our Drop-In Discussions online, but we will also be having an in-person Drop-In Discussion on the first Sunday of each month beginning in October! We hope to see you virtually or in-person!

Our Drop-In Discussions are held virtually on Tuesday evenings, and in-person on the first Sunday of each month at 9:15am in the Chalice room.

Upcoming Services

February 2023

February 5 | The Borders and the Beast

Borders are often created around a sense of identity for a place or a location. But what happens when borders take on a mind of their own, when they seek to exclude rather than identify or even welcome in? The walls that are created have so much to say about the people who reside on either side.

— Rev. Lane-Mairead Campbell

February 12  | The Distance From Which I Can Love You and Love Myself at the Same Time

Prentis Hemphill writes, “Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously.” On this Sunday before Valentine's Day, let's explore what it looks like to set loving boundaries for others and for ourselves.

— Rev. Lane-Mairead Campbell

February 19 | Preparing to Let Boundaries Go

As Christians in our community look ahead to Ash Wednesday, there is ever the reminder, "From dust you came and to dust you shall return." The dissolving of boundaries is a core aspect of living a spiritually grounded life. And when we are reminded of the thinness of the veil between death and life, let's explore the boundaries that have to be released.

— Rev. Lane-Mairead Campbell

February 26 | "Time, Death, and the Space Between the Stars" - Medical Aid in Dying in New York

Aging definitely helps to clarify the mind. I’ve often preached on how we live; this sermon considers how we die. I’ll discuss medical aid in dying legislation in New York in the broader context of the meaning of life and death. “The wonder is that it has happened at all.”

— Rev. Dick Gilbert

*First Universalist has a long-standing tradition of having one Sunday sermon a month be presented by someone other than our minister. Our lay-led services give our minister well-deserved unscheduled time, as well as allowing us to share our individual spiritual journeys, experiences and diverse world views, which is an important part of our rich Unitarian Universalist heritage.

Our Monthly Worship Themes

Each month we explore a specific theme in our Sunday Worship services, Midweek Meditations, and occasional Drop-In Discussions.

Explore with us this church year!

2022-2023 Church Year Themes TBA!

July: N/A

August: N/A

September - October 9: Holy Fools

October 16-31: Enough

November: Enough

December - January 8: Under Ground

January 15 - 29: Boundaries

February: TBA

March: TBA

April: TBA

May: TBA

June: TBA

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