Celebrating 175 Years in our

Historic Gothic Revival Sanctuary

The First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn is a joyful, caring, religious community that inspires and empowers people to Grow spiritually, Care for one another, and Work for social justice and stewardship of the earth 

Worship services take place in the Sanctuary at 11AM on Sundays and are followed by refreshments and fellowship.

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Spring Holiday Worship Schedule     

Sunday, June 23rd - First Chapel service, Josette Trombetta leading, "Anti-Racism in the Everyday"

Sunday, June 30th - Queer Caucus leading a service celebrating World Pride Day

Summer 2019 Worship Schedule

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Sermon: We Are One And We Are Loved

2019 June 9
by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
We Are One and We Are Loved Ana Levy-Lyons June 9, 2019 First Unitarian, Brooklyn   Someone asked me recently, “so, we are one and we are loved – what does that mean anyway?” These are the two statements with which I end my benediction here every Sunday. Those of you who are children |...|

On Flowers And Blunders

2019 June 2
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by First U Bklyn

Finding Joy In The Cycles Of Our Lives

2019 May 26
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by First U Bklyn

Sermon: Technology & Religion: God As Singularity

2019 May 12
by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
Technology & Religion: God as Singularity Ana Levy-Lyons May 12, 2019 First Unitarian, Brooklyn   Some of you have observed that in my sermon series on technology and religion this year, I’ve seemed pretty down on technology. I’ve accused Amazon of destroying publishing and authorship. I’ve trashed smartphones for addicting us and turning us |...|

And I Will Dwell Among Them

2019 May 5
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by First U Bklyn

Scriptural Blemishes

2019 April 28
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by First U Bklyn

Sermon: After Ecstasy, The Laundry

2019 April 21
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
  One of the things that bugs me about books and movies where the heroes live happily ever after is that you never get to see them living happily ever after. After the big adventure where someone almost dies but doesn’t or the couple risks everything to be together or the kid finally confronts |...|

Sermon: Simple Song

2019 April 14
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
Jesus was a relatively young rabbi when he rode into Jerusalem to such acclaim – the tradition says he was 33 years old. Old enough and special enough to have accomplished quite a bit – healing, teaching, working miracles, starting a movement. But not old enough apparently to be craving the peace and simplicity |...|

Homily: A Future Of Connection

2019 April 7
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by First U Bklyn

Homily: The Band In A Strange Land

2019 April 7
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by First U Bklyn