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.

In the summer, we worship every Sunday at 11:00AM in our Chapel on Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights.  Worship is followed by cold punch and cookies in the Frances White Room.  All are Welcome!

Sunday, July 23rd, Amit Mehta, Unitarian Universalism, Hinduism, and Appropriation

Sunday, July 30th, Liz Komar, Standing on the Side of Love in the Dark

Summer Worship Schedule

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Hinduism, Unitarianism, and Appropriation By Amit Mehta

2017 July 23
by DoMC
Hinduism, Unitarianism and Appropriation Summer Sermon, First Unitarian Congregation Society of Brooklyn Amit Mehta July 23, 2017   I met my wife Marci over thirteen years ago.  She had grown up Catholic and dabbled with UU as a young adult.  I had been raised Hindu by my mother, but mostly outside of religious community.  Neither |...|

Be It Resolved – Shari Halliday-Quan

2017 June 15
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by DoMC

Is First Unitarian A “White Church”?

2017 June 15
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by First U Bklyn

Abandon the Perfect

2017 June 15
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by DoMC

Transcend And Include

2017 June 4
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by First U Bklyn

Humans And Earth: Karna Takes Milk From Mother Earth

2017 May 14
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by First U Bklyn

Two Thieves, Four Nuns, Seven Monks, and Us: Good Friday in This Place and Time

2017 April 29
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17 April 2017 Two Thieves, Four Nuns, Seven Monks, and Us: Good Friday in This Place and Time The Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason  Worldwide, the central icon of the Christianity is the cross. Yet there is considerable variability in its form – the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches venerate the Crucifix, the |...|

Sermon: Ally To The Children

2017 April 23
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
I’ve discovered that when you’re a parent, you have to be ready to field existential questions pretty early on, like, “Why is there poison ivy?” The real question of course is an indignant one, “Why should there be something in the world that seems to exist only to make our lives worse?” It’s a |...|

Sermon: Don’t Knock (Just Walk On In)

2017 April 16
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
If you live in a house or small apartment building, you may use those big 30-gallon clear plastic recycling bags for your recycling. Now, clear plastic recycling bags usually come in a cardboard box. And eventually that cardboard box, since it’s recyclable, winds up inside a clear plastic recycling bag. I always get a |...|

Good Friday Sermon: Two Thieves, Four Nuns, Seven Monks, and Us by the Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason

2017 April 14
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by First U Bklyn
  Worldwide, the central icon of the Christianity is the cross. Yet there is considerable variability in its form – the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches venerate the Crucifix, the cross with the body of Jesus fixed to it, while most Protestants use an empty cross that suggests resurrection. Even empty crosses vary widely, |...|