This is a directory of all First Church groups (list in progress 7/4/18, to be completed by 7/10), from social and spiritually nurturing groups to teams that conduct the business of the church, with current contact information.
Whether engaging with Social Justice initiatives, serving on a church committee, volunteering at Sunday Services, or socializing with fellow members, there’s a group for just about every level of interest.
Have an idea for a new group? Please fill out the Member-Led Ministry Proposal Form and a staff person will respond to your application.
In our Shawl Ministry program at First Church, members meet monthly to make shawls and lap robes to give to other members as a symbol of the gentle, caring embrace of our community. Learn More
Are you interested in taking time for a contemplative group experience? Do you yearn for a place where people listen deeply to what is said, without judgment, and hold you and your spirit as you talk? Learn More
Monthly, these small groups gather to focus on the monthly worship theme, exploring guided questions and short readings.
Led by a trained facilitator, these circles engage deep questions of spirituality, with time for reflection and sharing. Learn More
We gather to deepen our understanding of Unitarian Universalism and our continuing spiritual journeys through reading, discussion, exploring UU theology, and diverse spiritual paths. Learn More
Provides organized silent retreats for members and friends of First Church, where attendees can reflect on where they are in life and where they are going. Learn More
A committee that organizes and promotes our excellent, long-running Sunday Morning Forum series. Learn More
Believing in the necessity of people taking responsibility for their communities and working together, Irma Morter made a bequest to First Church in support of a lecture series on topics related to “Individual Responsibility”. Learn More
We are a group of interested First Church members who wished to explore Buddhist teachings and meditation. We focus on a study of the Buddhist teachings of the three major traditions, Theravada, Zen and Tibetan, as presented by leading western teachers. Learn More
The Book Discussion Group meets once a month to discuss a chosen book. This group has no “membership” requirement. We welcome readers at all or any discussion! Learn More
First Church Book Sales occur in the Common Room each Sunday during Coffee Hour after church. Excellent books on liberal religious and non-religious subjects are for sale as a service to our members and friends. Learn More