Worship Services are held every Sunday at 11:00AM. We believe that worship is the center of spiritual life, both for individuals and communities. At First Unitarian in Brooklyn, worship seeks to express and explore the whole range of human experience. While services usually include familiar aspects such as sermons, performed music and hymns, the content of sermons varies from atheism to Christianity, politics to literature, poetry to prose.
If you are visiting us for the first time please see our newcomer's page for useful information.
Summer services from June through August are held in the McKinney Chapel (next to the main buildng on Pierrepont street), and led by members of our congregation.
Any death is a startling reminder of the preciousness of life. The death of someone like Myra Addington, who gave her whole heart and received so much love from this congregation, is also a startling reminder of the preciousness of community. Community is something that, like life itself, we tend to take for granted if |...|
Today I’m going to tell you an astounding story, and amazing story, a liberating story. A story about justice. A story about someone who, like yourselves, was asked to give too much. Someone who like yourselves, was weary. Someone whose back wrenched, someone whose mind swirled, someone who felt forsaken. She is a women, a |...|
If you want to climb Mt. Everest, you have about a 1.6% chance of dying. Along with the physical risks of falling into a crevasse or being buried in an avalanche, there are physiological risks –fatal conditions that you can get just from exercising hard at such high altitudes. Our bodies weren’t really designed |...|