The root of the English word “religion” is the Latin religare—to bind together. We take connections very seriously at the First Unitarian Society. Without community within, the strength and energy to influence the outer world will fail. We offer a wide variety of social groups and ways of being connected and encourage everyone to find their circle within the larger circle of the Society.

Making It All Work

The work of the community is only possible through the volunteer efforts of a great many people. We depend on a strong lay leadership consisting of our Trustees and the leaders of various committees and teams.

Finding Your Circle

Everything we do provides some opportunity to connect with others, be it our Sunday morning Assembly and other programs, working with our children, or social action projects. Some of our major programs for being together are:

Keeping Informed

These sources are updated regularly.