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

 

We worship every Sunday at 11:00AM in our historic Gothic Revival Sanctuary in Brooklyn Heights.  Worship services are followed by coffee, tea, and refreshments during our fellowship hour.  Are you visiting for the First Time? Read more here. All are welcome!

Sunday, October 22nd - Rev. Ana Levy-Lyons will preach. Music by the First Unitarian Choir, Adam Podd, Music Director.  

 

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Whoever you are, whomever you love, wherever you are on your life journey,

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Sermon: Where Does Racism Live?

2017 October 15
by First U Bklyn
Part 1: Meagan Henry: After high school, I moved to Knoxville, Tennessee where I was lucky enough to find my people. Living my young adult years in Knoxville gave me an opportunity to meet some really incredible activist and organizers fighting for environmental and racial justice in that region.  I became involved with an organization |...|

The Vulnerable Heart – Kevin Jagoe

2017 October 3
by Kevin
Listen to the audio of Sunday’s sermon, The Vulnerable Heart, by Ministerial Intern Kevin Jagoe below.
http://www.fuub.org/home/home/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/The-Vulnerable-Heart.m4a/powerpress] To read the text of this sermon, please click here.

Sermon: Paying Attention

2017 September 24
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by Rev Ana Levy-Lyons
Pay attention: In the year 2007 the number of teenagers hanging out with their friends began to drop. That same year the percentage of teenagers who were learning to drive began to drop. The percentage of teenagers going on dates and having sex began to drop. Meanwhile the number of teenagers saying that they often |...|

Merging Humanity with Anger by, Peter Engel

2017 September 10
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by DoMC
Merging Anger With Humanity By Peter Engel August 27, 2017 Summer Sermon, First Unitarian Congregation Society ofBrooklyn So…..We are all angry. All SO very angry. But Do We Have to Let Our Anger Ruin Us? Here is a typical situation. Almost every weekday morning, I come home from dropping my daughter at day camp or |...|

Personal Ascension and Healing the Planet By, Christopher Johnson

2017 September 10
by DoMC
Personal Ascension and Healing the Planet Christopher Johnson First Unitarian Congregational Society Sept 3, 2017 Good morning. My name is Christopher Johnson Today’s sermon is about ascension and healing the planet. It is to say at the very least, an intense topic to assimilate in a mire 20 minutes. But I believe that truth when |...|

Hinduism, Unitarianism, and Appropriation By Amit Mehta

2017 July 23
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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