Category: Featured News

Get involved with the election

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By Nancy Pajewski, Leader of Escalating Inequality Group   One of the ways to combat increasing inequality in American society… Read More >

Citizens Climate Lobby constituent letters

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By Terry Wiggins and Mark Gill, Co-Leaders of Earth Justice Ministry   As supporters of the non-partisan Citizens Climate Lobby… Read More >

Oct. 2016 Stewardship Moment

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By Lisa Koneazny, Stewardship Team Member   New beginnings, and celebrations of our 175th anniversary, are already filling this church… Read More >

Black Lives Still Matter to Wisconsin UUs

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By Mary DeVitt, Leader of Black Lives Matter 55 members of 7 area UU congregations, including First Church, gathered at… Read More >

Mission Trip 2016 reflections by Annalise Lozier, Mission Trip Participant

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This was my first year going on the mission trip, and I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. The… Read More >

Oct. 2016 Membership Moments: Joining First Church

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By Cheri Taylor, Membership Development Coordinator   When you decide to join First Church, it will be a big moment… Read More >

Oct. 2016 All About Youth from Deb Solis

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By Deb Solis, Youth Program Coordinator   Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means to know what it’s… Read More >

Oct. 2016 Religious Education News

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“FIRST SUNDAYS” BEGIN ON OCTOBER 2 WITH “BLESSINGS” The first Sunday of each month will be a time for our… Read More >

Healing In Community by Julie Bock

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By Julie Bock, President of the Congregation “Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer… Read More >

Oct. 2016: RE-flections from Beryl Aschenberg

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By Beryl Aschenberg, Director of Religious Education   I remember being pinned with a two-inch scrap of black ribbon at… Read More >

2016 Annual Irma Morter Lecture: October 9 In Celebration of our 175th Anniversary

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Annual Irma Morter Lecture “Fullness of Being: Margaret Fuller & Transcendental ‘Self-Dependence’” 1:00 p.m. Sunday, October 9 Join us to… Read More >

Oct. 2016: Splinters from the Board by Michelle Naples

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Members of the Board of Trustees welcome your thoughts and concerns at any time. Our pictures are posted in the… Read More >

Oct. 2016 Share the Plate: The Unitarian Universalist Association United Nations Office (UUA-UNO)

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By Dawn Blackmore   The Unitarian Universalist Association United Nations Office (UUA-UNO) Is our October Share the Plate recipient.  Guided… Read More >

Citizens of Milwaukee: Pleasant People Drawn Together

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By Jim Marten   In 1843, the radical Unitarian reformer, activist, and writer Margaret Fuller took a summer vacation to… Read More >

September Share the Plate: The League of Women Voters Milwaukee County

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By Dawn Blackmore   The League of Women Voters Milwaukee County is our September Share the Plate recipient.  Located on… Read More >

Sept. 2016 Membership Moments: Ongoing Stewardship

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By Cheri Taylor, Membership Development Coordinator   If you are reading this with the initial thought that it’s too soon… Read More >