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Easter Services at First Unitarian Church

Good Friday Tenebrae Service
Friday, April 19, 7:00pm in the Chapel
Please join us for a contemplative, candle-lit Vespers service in the Christian tradition of Good Friday to honor loss in our lives and mourn for our broken world as we prepare for the Easter experience of renewal.

Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 21, following service in front of the Chapel
Children are invited for an Easter Egg Hunt after service. Please meet our Director of Religious Education, Shantala Thompson in front of the chapel. All supplies will be provided.

Our Minister

In the Spring of 2016, we called Rev. Abbey Tennis to our congregation.

She is passionate about building multigenerational and multicultural ministries that enliven the mind, grow the heart, engage the body, feed the soul, and transform the world.

You can learn more about Rev. Abbey Tennis on her personal website here.



Want to be a Summer Worship Leader,
or Sunday Morning Worship Associate? 

Learn More and Apply Here


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As an official Welcoming Congregation we are inclusive towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender people.

For people with disabilities, we provide assisted listening devices, large print orders of service and hymnals. Also, our Sanctuary, Parish Room and Chapel are wheelchair accessible.

What would you like to learn more about?

What worship is like at First Unitarian Church

Religious Education for Children at First Unitarian Church

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