First UU Church’s Online Sunday Morning Experience!

Dear Members and Friends:

Although we are not meeting in person today, there are several ways for us to gather in community. We truly hope you take advantage of these opportunities.

First, please join us for an entire service on video, from Prelude to Benediction, featuring Rev. Colin’s sermon, a visual meditation, and opportunities to join in song. You can watch it at 10:30 Sunday morning, or later, or both! Access the service on our website at and on our YouTube channel.

Rev. Colin’s sermon draws back the veil on the changes happening in our world and society due to the pandemic. He asks us to consider not only the crucial need for compassion, but how this crisis might be used to work toward our goal of social justice.

You then have two opportunities to gather for an hour of reflection, sharing, and connection. Join us today at either 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. for an hour of group Reflection and Sharing led by our Director of Religious Community, Carol Burrus. We will have a chalice lighting and a chance for each member of our beloved community to share.

Topic: Late Morning Sunday Reflection Time: Mar 22, 2020 11:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting HERE

Topic: Early Afternoon Sunday Reflection Time: Mar 22, 2020 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting HERE.

If there is anything the congregation can do for you at this time, please let us know. Email Rev. Scott at Beginning this week, our First Church Links group will begin reaching out to the most vulnerable among us on a regular basis.

Our church continues to need your financial support. For those of you who have not yet turned in your 2020-2021 pledge cards, we invite you to submit your pledge online HERE. If you would also like to submit your donation via text, please send FIRSTUU (not case sensitive) to 73256 (See Text-Giving instructions HERE)

Thank you for supporting First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston. We love you. Stay safe, take care of yourselves and one another, and we’ll see you online soon and in person as soon as it safe for us to gather again.

Rev. D. Scott Cooper
Assistant Minister of Congregational Life
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston