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Our Facility

The society is housed in the historic Unitarian Meeting House, designed by one of its members and the son of one of its founders, Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was commissioned to design the Meeting House in 1946. Construction began in 1949 and was completed in 1951. It is recognized as one of the most innovative examples of church architecture. In 1960, the American Institute of Architects designated it one of seventeen buildings to be retained as an example of Wright's contribution to American culture. The Meeting House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. In 2004, it was officially declared a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service.[2]

Construction of a major expansion of the FUS campus, designed by Kubala Washatko Architects, was completed in 2008,[3] with a second, 500 seat Auditorium and new community spaces being added. Extensive repairs and restoration are also being made to the historic building. This expansion conforms to strict guidelines and leave the historic portions of the grounds essentially unaltered.

For more about our historic building, visit our Landmark Meeting House page.

For information on our recent Gold LEED certified addition, visit our Green Addition page.

If you're interested in visiting our facility, you can sign up for a tour on by clicking here.

To rent space at First Unitarian Society, please visit our Renting the Meeting House page.