We value connections.

We understand that following Jesus can be hard work, and it is easier and more rewarding if it can be done in a group with laughter and open sharing.

Learn more about small groups for adults.

 

OUR LOCATION

2420 East Third Street

Bloomington, IN 47401

SUNDAY WORSHIP

Sunday Worship Service

10:45 am

CONTACT US

Call us at:

812.332.4439

WELCOME TO FIRST UNITED CHURCH

An Inclusive Community of Christian Faith

Whether you’re seeking a church home or simply exploring your own spiritual life, we believe you’ll find opportunities and inspiration here to help you grow. Members of First United Church come from diverse religious backgrounds and bring a rich variety of perspectives to our Christian faith community. We have long celebrated the freedom to grow in faith in an environment of open minds and open hearts.

NEWS & EVENTS

Announcements for the week of September 14, 2014

KETTLE FEST. Sunday after worship will be our annual Kettle Fest. The centerpiece will be stew cooked in Jack’s kettle outside over an open fire but once again there will also be games and entertainment—and plenty of time to reconnect with each other after the summer. FIRST NEWS ARTICLES ARE DUE ON SEPTEMBER 15. CHILDREN’S

Annoucements for the Week of August 10, 2014

FIRST NEWS REMINDER: All articles are due on August 15. Any questions please contact the church office. NEW PHONE DIRECTORIES ARE IN THE CHURCH OFFICE AND ON OUR WEBSITE LISTED IN THE MEMBER’S ONLY SECTION. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Girls Inc. of Monroe County has a special project and needs volunteers!!  Can you spare a day or

Sunday Sermon by Rev. Dr. Jack E. Skiles

Sermon Text: Acts17:22-31 and John 14:15-21 It is sort of weird for me, these holiday weekends—Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day.  For those of you who grew up in towns and cities, the weekends mean an extra day of vacation or one’s parents not having to go to work.  For those of us

Sunday Sermon by Rev. Dr. Jack E. Skiles

Sermon Text: John 14:1-14,  Psalm 31:15, 15-16 We are now in the 5th Sunday of Easter as we head toward Pentecost.  Pentecost is the second Sunday of June, those full fifty days after Easter.  Our Pentecost Sunday celebrations are going to be festive this year with decorations, along with several guests. On the United Church

Sunday Sermon by Rev. Dr. Jack E. Skiles

Sermon Text: John 10:1-10 and Psalm 23 If any of us were to die at our Mother’s Day lunch, choking on a particularly dry chicken breast, would we feel that we are ready to meet God?  It is the primary fundamentalist question that lies at the heart of nearly every traditional evangelical sermon and conversation. 

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