Garden Festival & Special Meeting

Today’s the day we vote on whether we move forward in the merger process with the UU Society of Cleveland.  All members in good standing are encouraged to attend and vote.

After the serivce, join us outdoors as we celebrate our gardens and have our annual … read more.

New Member Celebration

Today we celebrate all of the folks who have joined us as members over the past year!

Stick around for coffee hour where we’ll be serving hand-made treats.

The Future Church

On Sunday, April 22nd, members of both congregations will worship at First U.  Join us for a combined worship service that celebrates our shared journey.  Lead by Rev. Dr. Paula Gable & Rev. Joe Cherry

Senior Sunday

Celebrate our Senior High Students as they complete this rite of passage into adulthood!  They have created this service to share what they have learned growing up UU and how they hope it will impact them as adults.

Coming of Age

On April 15th, the Coming of Age class will have their annual service to celebrate their year of growth and learning.  You can look forward to fun music, engaging readings, and hearing this year’s group come of age by reading out their credos

Volunteer Recognition Sunday

This week’s service honors everyone who volunteers at First U – and that means YOU!  You will be named and thanked alongside your group leader and the rest of your group. There will be a small celebration during coffee hour. Please come to be thanked … read more.

The Miracle of Spring: Rebirth and Resurrection

As traditional Christians throughout the world celebrate the Easter miracle of Resurrection, we, too, will celebrate the rebirth of spring, and the Spirit within. Instead of the traditional communion of bread and wine, we will feast on the beauty of flowers, and their silent message of … read more.

The Resiliency of the Human Spirit with special guest Honey Bell-Bey

Honey is a lecturer, ministering poet, and youth advocate who directs the international performance group, The Distinguished Gentlemen of Spoken Word. Her recent travels to West Africa have confirmed many of the lessons she teaches about the universal resiliency within us all.

Doubt & Uncertainty with Guest Minister Rev. Alison Wohler

Unitarian Universalism is sometimes called The Institutionalization of Religious Freedom; we are a balancing act of differing
beliefs. Yet most of us are pretty comfortable with the uncertainty this openness entails. Seen on Facebook: “I’m a Unitarian
Universalist: the bedrock of my faith is an … read more.