Groups and Committees

First Church offers a wide range of ways for members to get involved. Whether engaging with Social Justice groups, serving on a Church Committee, volunteering at Sunday Services, socializing with fellow members, or working through one of our Community Partner Organizations, there’s a group for just about every level of interest.

Have an idea for a new group? Contact Name Here at [personsname.here@gmail.com] to propose your idea.

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Black Lives Matter is a movement in response to a legacy of slavery, racism and oppression in the U.S. To say that “black lives matter” doesn’t mean that all lives don’t matter. But the systemic devaluing of Black lives calls us to bear witness at this time.   Learn More

The Book Club will meet on the Sundays listed below from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the church. This group has no “membership” requirement. We welcome readers at all or any discussion!   Learn More

The Church Book Sales Tower is located 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

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

We’d like to invite anyone high school age or older who enjoys singing to join the Chancel Choir.   Learn More

Circle Suppers are a wonderful opportunity to meet new people and get to know those folks you never get to talk to during Coffee Hour.   Learn More

First Church is a member of Common Ground, an organization of nonpartisan, proactive, everyday citizens dedicated to identifying pressing social problems facing our community and bringing about solutions together.   Learn More

We need Earth; Earth needs us. Let’s change our habits together for a livable future. Join us while we learn and take action for a sustainable lifestyle at church, work and home.   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

First Church shares 50% of all non-pledge cash in the offering plate with a worthy non-profit organization that embodies our Unitarian Universalist values in the wider community. Recipients are selected by our Share the Plate team from nominations submitted by our members.   Learn More

Join your First Church members and friends who volunteer to make church run on Sundays!   Learn More