Let’s collect and donate new socks for our unhoused neighbors. Bring new socks each Sunday in December, or drop them off at church or volunteers’ homes (TBA). We’ll have a sock wrapping party at church after the December 18 service or you can wrap the … read more.
Saturday, December 17, 7:00 PM
First Unitarian’s annual holiday concert, Light These Lights, returns! After 3 years church musicians are live and in-person in Hamilton Hall again for an evening of holiday favorites and new music by Joyful Noise Band, Crescendo Choir, and talented soloists and … read more.
Tuesday, December 13, 7:00 PM
Join Pastor Ninán at a worship planning meeting via Zoom. There are many ways to be involved in worship in the new year, including offering reflections, planning a service featuring your ministry, or simply learning about what it’s like to participate … read more.
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Congregation
Sunday, March 13, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM, on Zoom or in person
If you plan to attend in person, please arrive with time to register before the 10:30 AM devotional service.
In-person registration will begin at 9:30 AM.
The Annual Meeting … read more.
We are very pleased to announce that the board of trustees has approved the recommendation of the reopening team for a return to in-person worship services beginning on Sunday, March 6. For complete information, including volunteer opportunities, a soft reopening on February 27, and more, … read more.
First Sunday for Anti-Oppression
Sunday November 7, 2021 – 11:45 to 1:15 – by Zoom
After the service, join for a Q and A time with Zulfat Suara and facilitated caucus time for BIPOC and dominant cultures. We will explore how the mission that we … read more.
UPDATED! For the Love of Poetry Workshop with Ron Weisberg and Pastor Ninán
We will enjoy the fourth session on Tuesday, November 9. “Connection and Compassion”: How does poetry lift us out of our individual selves toward connection with others? We will meet from 7:00 … read more.
First Sunday Poetry Circle
Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021 – 9:30 to 10:15 AM – by Zoom
Please join poetry lovers for a time of sharing poems. Noteworthy, a week or so ago was the birthday of Sylvia Plath (Oct 27, 1932); so bring your favorite Plath … read more.
Saturday, Nov. 6, Bay Area March for COP 26
Sproul Plaza, UC Berkeley
A march and rally in solidarity with a global day of action demanding our leaders take action on climate justice. Performances, letter-writing campaigns, and screen painting included. FUCO crew will … read more.
November 14 for soft reopening for Sunday worship (shorter service, monitor ventilation)
November 21 with our Celebration Sunday, featuring a Ritual of Joy, Grief, and Gratitude.
Details above include safety practices: Proof of vaccination or negative test from 72 hours previous. Masks (folks who can’t wear masks for … read more.