Our path toward a spiritual life is 3 steps: Connect – Grow – Serve.

Grow with us. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to create your own path for growth through worship, spiritual practice, community liturgy and our religious education program.

Accept our invitation to an ongoing journey for a spiritual life through regular participation in Worship and Religious Education. Our church uses multi-week themes to help you on your spiritual journey. Our leaders provide inspirational stories, readings, and songs – both ancient & modern. Our sermons give you something new to think about, move you emotionally, and inspire you to live out your values.

Our Religious Education provides you and your family experiential opportunities to help grow spiritually, build stronger families, improve relationships and build a better world.

For children, we have programs from nursery to high school, and they are designed to help participants learn about Unitarian Universalism, grow in spiritual depth, and bring their values into the world. Classes for children and youth happen during the church service.

For adults, we also have religious education and a variety of enrichment activities, including Growth Groups – our small group ministry. Others find growth and spiritual fulfillment by their contributions to a variety of social justice activities.

At First Church, we support one another’s spiritual growth, even though our individual paths may differ.

Ways You Can Help

People like you are the Teachers  and Facilitators who form the backbone of our religious education program. It is an exciting and rewarding experience. You generally serve on a team so your Sunday schedule is flexible for you and your family’s needs. Teaching gives you the opportunity to be with others from of our community, to make an important contribution to the whole, and to learn more about Unitarian Universalism. Most teachers or facilitators volunteer for two to three Sundays per month from September through May.

Check the Campuses pages for local programming details, or contact a staff member if your are interested.

Your regular participation leads to important results.