We are a liberal religious haven, sustained by tradition, boldly seeking justice and gently transforming lives through deeds great and small.

THIS SUNDAY

We now have the link to tomorrow’s GA Sunday Worship Service! The Service will be 1.5 hours long. To access the service click on this link tomorrow at 10:00 AM:

<https://vimeo.com/959254673>

 This page will ask for a password. The password is: Love (use uppercase “L”)

If you want to watch the service at 1:00 PM with the rest of the US Time Zones use this link:

<https://www.uua.org/ga/off-site/2024>    No Password required

You can access our channel for all services here:

https://www.youtube.com/c/FirstUnitarianChurchofCincinnati/featured

Learn more about First Unitarian Church by exploring this website,

 
JUNE 30:
EPISTEMIC JUSTICE AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR UUS.
~REV. DENNIS MCCARTY~


Join us as Rev. McCarty explores how the movement for Epistemic Justice is shaping the debates about the future of Unitarian Universalism.


 
All July Services will be at 10:30 AM.
We will be alternating July services between
First Unitarian and St. John’s UU churches


 JULY 7:
TURTLE ISLAND AND THE URBAN NATIVE COLLECTIVE 

~HOMER SHADOWHEART~

Join us as Homer Shadowheart discusses the mission of Cinicnnati’s Urban Native Collective.
 

JULY 14:
WORSHIP AT ST. JOHN’S UU IN CLIFTON


 JULY 21:
THE LAND TEACHES;  ELDERS REMEMBER;  WE ARE LEARNING TO LISTEN.
 ~JUNE SCHLIPF~    
 


JULY 28:
WORSHIP AT ST. JOHN’S UU IN CLIFTON

Transform Cincy is a program unique not just to Cincinnati, but possibly the country. Clients have traveled from as far away as California. At Transform, volunteers work with transgender and gender non-conforming youth to provide free wardrobes and styling with everything needed from head to toe. Youth from ages 7 to 19 have been served, with the majority ranging from 13 to 15. University of Cincinnati medical doctor Sarah Pickle states, “For teens, having the ability to tell the world who they are and how that aligns with their gender identity is hugely important.” Transform makes this possible and helps parents avoid the expense of purchasing entire new wardrobes.

Transform also offers events for LGBTQ youth and families and adults and families. It provides a safe space for connection, advocacy, support, socializing, networking, and accessing resources and education. When you walk through the door at Transform, you feel the welcome and community that have not always been the norm for many clients and their families.

To donate to Share the Plate (STP), please designate “STP June” on your online donations or make checks payable to First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati with “STP June” in the memo line.

Donations of all types (STP, pledge, or general gifts) may be made on our website, https://firstuu.com/give-now/ or through these additional methods: https://firstuu.com/social-justice/give/. Members may also donate through the Breeze online member system.

All are welcome to join our services.   We gather every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. 
Join us in person or watch online on our YouTube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/c/FirstUnitarianChurchofCincinnati/videos.
For more information email member-care@firstuu.com 

We are a caring Unitarian Universalist community in the centrally located Avondale neighborhood of Cincinnati. We meet in a warm and graceful building, circa 1889, for worship services that nourish spiritual growth and learning throughout life. A self-governed congregation in good standing with the Unitarian Universalist Association, we are an active force for positive change through a variety of activities that serve our members and our community. 

If you are a member here, an internet traveler or a spiritual searcher, if you are experiencing hard times and need a hand up or are a social justice advocate, come to First Church and share in the celebration of life’s journey. We cherish human diversity, the differences in sex, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, range of abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, financial means, education, theology and political perspective. These values apply to all of the activities of our Congregation.

COME, COME, WHOEVER YOU ARE!

Our Doors Are Open!