Return to Programs for Adults


Until further notice, face-to-face programming at the Society is on hold. However, we are offering a range of online programs including our usual Assembly Sunday mornings at 10:30.

Acknowledgment: First Unitarian Society’s building occupies the traditional land of the Dakota people, land ceded in 1851 by a treaty not yet honored or fulfilled by the US government. We acknowledge that the present use of this land is rooted in the exploitation of indigenous people.

Upper Assembly Talks, 10:30 Sunday via YouTube streaming or Facebook Live 

  • April 4:  “Being, Becoming, Befuddled” with Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
  • April 11:  “Becoming Part of Something” with Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
  • April 18:  “From Climate Apartheid to Beloved Community for All” with Rev. Kelli Clement and guest speaker Dr. Sam Grant, Executive Director of MN350. Join us for our special Earth Day event!
  • April 25:  “Infinitely Becoming” with Rev. Jim Foti.
Quick link for Assemblies: 
Scroll down to the “Easy Access” section at the end of this email for more details about getting connected.Join us for online coffee hour via Zoom after assemblies!
See details under “Social Activities.”

Miss a Sunday talk or want to see it again?
Click here for video and text links.


Scroll down for more details about getting connected.

Join us for online coffee hour via Zoom, starting around 11:15 am each Sunday after Assembly. Introverts and extroverts alike are singing the praises of our virtual coffee hour, which has breakout rooms and friendly hosts to help you catch up and connect. The link will be provided in the assembly chat toward the end of assembly, or you can use these:

  • Join from any computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone with one click.
  • Call in from any phone +1 312 626 6799 then enter Meeting ID 998 9621 3894 and password 091065
  • One-tap mobile +13126266799,,99896213894#

Miss a Sunday talk or want to see it again?
Click here for video and text links.

Access our Sunday Assembly at 10:30 am each Sunday by clicking here.

NOTE: We also will be streaming on our Youtube Channeland on Facebook.

We are broadcasting on multiple platforms to increase our outreach, and people in Minnesota and well beyond are tuning in, at home and even at work. Each platform operates differently.

Technology can get frustrating. The surest thing to do if the FUS stream doesn’t start on time is to “refresh” your screen by going to the URL of the website at the top of the screen, highlighting the URL, and pressing the return key. This creates a fresh connection to the website.

If the audio and video are out of sync, hit “refresh.”

If you have any questions about technology, please email.

After Sunday Assembly, join us for Zoom coffee hour! More info under the “Social Activities” section of this email.

Programming and meetings are on Zoom, an easy-to-use online platform. If you would like for your group to meet on Zoom, email Rev. David and we will help you make it happen. Tips for using Zoom are included at the bottom of this email.

To join in the larger Twin Cities Humanist community, join Discord here.

If you or someone you know needs low-cost internet, click here.

Thank you all for your efforts and willingness to try new things as we strive to stay connected.
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