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 

Join us for worship this summer.  Services are laid-back, and casual.  Your cold drink and summer-wear are welcome!  All services take place in the McKinney Chapel at 11AM and are followed by refreshments and fellowship.

Are you visiting for the First Time? Read more here. All are welcome! First Unitarian transforms lives. See how.

Sunday, June 24th, Queer Caucus, "Community & Vulnerability"

Sunday, July 1st, Paige Carlson will lead, "Your Inherent Worth & Dignity"

2018 Summer Worship Calendar

This is My Religion from Joe Gabriel on Vimeo.

 

Sermon: A Community for All Seasons

2018 June 10
by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
  A story from Winnie the Pooh:   “Piglet?” said Pooh. “Yes Pooh?” said Piglet. “Do you ever have days when everything feels… Not Very Okay At All? And sometimes you don’t even know why you feel Not Very Okay At All, you just know that you do.” Piglet nodded his head sagely. “Oh yes,” |...|

Sermon: Our Bodies, Ourselves

2018 June 3
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
My dad is a philosophy professor and sometimes for fun he writes philosophical children’s poems. This is one of them:   Sometimes I feel like a wee tiny elf Curled up inside me and watching myself, Watching my arm throwing snowballs or rocks, Watching my feet disappear in my socks, Seeing my legs dangling |...|

An Embodied Spirituality, Takako Kono

2018 June 3
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by First U Bklyn

Wilderness Dance Party, Meagan Henry

2018 May 27
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by First U Bklyn

Sermon:That’s All Well and Good in Practice, But How Does It Work in Theory?

2018 May 20
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
Some people think that mystics are a little bit out to lunch. They walk around with their head in the clouds, thinking their big thoughts, communing with the infinite, and falling into potholes. Or, worse, they’re self-absorbed, contemplating their navel instead of taking responsibility for anything or anyone else.  But according to Lawrence Kushner in |...|

Where Your Nose Ends and Well And Good In Practice, But How Does It Work In Theory?

2018 May 20
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by First U Bklyn

Women in Hebrew & Christian Scriptures: Mary Magdalene

2018 May 13
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by First U Bklyn

Sermon: Don’t Mind the Gap

2018 May 6
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
What do we do when we find that there’s a big old gap between what we think we should ideally do and what we feel like we actually can do or want to do? It’s an uncomfortable place for most of us to be in and we have an urge to close that gap one |...|

April 29, 2018: Youth Group Homilies (Illia Kawash-Cooper, Max Weiss, Declan Gunn)

2018 April 30
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by DoMC

Sermon: The Smallest Act Of Faith

2018 April 22
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by First U Bklyn