Our Unitarian Universalist Beliefs

As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in and encourage a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. First Church is a welcoming congregation, and all who wish to explore what it means to be human are invited to join us!

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Sunday Services

December 16, 2018  9:00 am & 11:00 am

“Mystery: The Pain of Not Knowing”

Today’s Topic: Although being a UU means coming together with people who want to ask questions, sometimes not knowing the answers can be anxiety-provoking. We…

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Children & Youth

Religious Education

For Unitarian Universalists, religious education includes all of the ways that children, teens and adults grow toward their potential as compassionate, ethical and fulfilled human beings.

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Sunday Forum

December 16, 2018  10:10 am

“Metro Daily Newspapers: An Insider’s Viewpoint” 

Today’s Topic: Weeks after Journalist Paul G. Hayes joined the afternoon daily, The Milwaukee Journal, in 1962, the Journal Company rescued the failing Milwaukee Sentinel from the Hearst Corporation…

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Upcoming Events

Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom, First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee
December 16, 2018 | 9:00 am & 11:00 am

“Mystery: The Pain of Not Knowing”

Today’s Topic: Although being a UU means coming together with people who want to ask questions, sometimes not knowing the answers can be anxiety-provoking. We… Get Details >

December 16, 2018 | 10:10 am - 10:50 am

“Metro Daily Newspapers: An Insider’s Viewpoint” 

Today’s Topic: Weeks after Journalist Paul G. Hayes joined the afternoon daily, The Milwaukee Journal, in 1962, the Journal Company rescued the failing Milwaukee Sentinel from the Hearst Corporation… Get Details >

Featured News

Christmas Eve Service at Fist Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

Winter Holiday Events 2018

All News & Views, Featured News

You are cordially invited to join us December 12 for Blue Christmas Vespers. December 23 for a Holiday Pageant. December 24 for Christmas Eve Candlelight Services. See post for details.

Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom, First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

The Dark Can Be Luminous, and It Can Be Lonely

Featured News, Personal & Spiritual Development

When the earth turns away from the sun and the land grows colder and darker, people huddle around fires and light candles, drawing towards one… Read More >

Cami Thomas, Religious Education Coordinator

Welcome, Cami Thomas – Religious Education Coordinator

All News & Views, Featured News, Religious Education

We have a new Religious Education Coordinator: Cami Thomas! We are thrilled to welcome Cami to our team. Cami will be running our Religious Education… Read More >