CHRISTMAS DINNER – SUNDAY AT, 5:30PM. Kid Kazooey is back to entertain us this year, followed by a delicious and festive dinner at 6:30, brought to you by our Member Relations Committee. Please sign up online or outside Fellowship Hall. No one will be turned away but it really helps us plan. There is no cost.
We value celebration.
As we prepare for the birth of Christ, we gather for shared meals, conversation, song, and joyful celebrations.
We value hospitality.
We provide housing to those without homes during the winter months as a part of the Interfaith Winter Shelter.
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.
Bishop John Shelby Spong is who – or what – first brought me to First United. Not literally. I mean, he didn’t pick me up in a Prius and bring me. But it was an announcement in the local paper promoting a visit to First United by Bishop Spong that first caught my attention and prompted
Hanging of the Greens – Sunday, November 24, 4:00 p.m. Come join us as we prepare our Sanctuary for the Advent and Christmas seasons. We will be setting up trees, lights, ornaments, candles, chandeliers, wreaths, garlands, and more! Special craft activities will be provided for young children (or those who are still children at heart!). A
If you had told me one day I’d be writing something about what has kept me attending a church I would have told you ‘No way!’ and yet here I am. To know why this is significant I think it’s important to know a little about me and the path that lead me here. My
My church experience growing up was nominally Disciples of Christ. However, because I was a military kid, it was mostly “post chapel.” On Army posts, there’s one building for church. In my youth, it was by turns generically Protestant, Catholic, or Jewish, depending on the hour or the day. So when I went to church