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What We Do

First Unitarian Society is a vibrant place offering many opportunities for meaningful involvement. In addition to inspiring weekly worship services a full spectrum of enrichment activities is offered each semester. There are classes and weekend retreats for the spiritually curious, weekly sitting and movement meditation sessions, small sharing groups, film discussions and presentations by distinguished lecturers.

Lovers of music will find choirs suitable for all age groups and levels of ability, as well as instrumental ensembles and, for avid listeners, a full complement of recitals and concerts. For those who appreciate the visual arts, it is possible to serve as a docent, sharing your knowledge of our National Landmark Frank Lloyd Wright Meeting House with visitors from all over the world.

Our strong commitment to service is reflected in projects ranging from microfinance and eviction prevention to ethical eating and carbon neutrality. A half-dozen social justice teams draw congregation members into activities that make a real difference in the local community and beyond.

And, of course, we eat together, play together, party together, celebrate and mourn together. At First Unitarian Society we make a determined effort to weave the threads of individual lives into a larger fabric of community, striving for a healthy balance of personal autonomy and social solidarity. Whoever you are and whatever your interests, we probably have an activity that’s right for you.

Our FUS Vision of Ministry, as re-affirmed by the Board of Trustees is:

    •  Increase opportunities for exposure to the rich diversity of human experiences, beliefs, and identities within our FUS community and in the larger world.
    • Build and nurture deeper connections among our members in all our work. 
    • Live our UU principles within our larger community.