Previous Services

We offer two ways to experience past services.

Watch the full service on our YouTube channel, or listen to just the sermon on the ‘First U Think’ podcast.

Dharma Blossoms

How about a celebration of the flowering of truth? We’ll have our flower communion and acknowledge the Buddhist holiday, Vesak.

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Zoom Passcode: Safford

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Click here for the Order of Service (updates every Friday afternoon)

Flower Communion

This is a friendly reminder that Flower Communion is this Sunday, May 26th. Please bring a flower to share with the congregation. The church will have some flowers provided, but we will have limited availability, so you are encouraged to bring your own. Hope to see you blossom this Sunday!

No Forum due to the Memorial Day holiday.

Courageous Facing

Reflections on the courage to choose change and to face the changes we don’t choose. Changing means the death of the person that you used to be, so facing ultimate bodily death is integral to facing change (chosen and not).

Join the live service on Zoom!

Zoom Passcode: Safford

(Please mute your mic before the service begins!)

Zoom may not be available.

 

Click here for the Order of Service (updates every Friday afternoon)

Forum: Our Wonderful Affinity Groups

11:15 a.m. in Griffin Hall

Learn all about the eleven Affinity Groups at First Unitarian. Our groups focus on learning, social connection, and service.

Transitions

What gifts can give us the courage to embrace a life full of changes? Please join Birch Cue, our Faith Formation and Congregational Life Coordinator, as we explore the sometimes frightening transitions of life.

Join the live service on Zoom!

Zoom Passcode: Safford

(Please mute your mic before the service begins!)

Zoom may not be available.

 

Click here for the Order of Service (updates every Friday afternoon)

Forum: Human Trafficking

11:15 a.m. in Griffin Hall

Human Trafficking is everywhere. Learn about Polk County’s efforts to tackle human trafficking in central Iowa from Meggan Guns of the Polk County Attorney’s office who prosecutes these cases. Meggan is also the Democratic candidate for the Dallas County Attorney seeking election in November 2024.