As Unitarian Universalists, we covenant together to uphold our shared principles. What does it really mean to live in covenant? What do our principles teach us about restorative justice? Conflicts and hurt are inevitable in everyday interactions. By living restoratively, we respect ourselves and others to be reasonably accountable for our actions while also creating spaces for healing and reparations. Our faith compels us to learn and grow from situations of harm, and to take what we learn outside of our own walls to make the world a healthier and more just place for all. We become what we practice. What does it look like to practice our Unitarian Universalist principles every day?

 

 


Join us for our next Sunday service:

First Church‘s Minister and Board of Trustees have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors to help reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 Virus in the community. 

Rev. Connie Simon,
Jera Cox, Director of Music, Meredith Plummer, DLFD

Order of Service (Updated Friday)
In case of inclement weather, please visit Channel 9 WCPO: http://www.wcpo.com/closings.