Financial Stewardship


Support the Mission of First Unitarian by making a donation now. 

Our congregation is fully self-supporting, relying on gifts from members and friends for a significant portion of its budget. These gifts support our mission to support each other’s individual search for truth and meaning and our work for justice throughout our communities. 

Our by-laws require that all voting members of the congregation complete a pledge form and make payment on that pledge annually.  In the late winter or early spring we ask our members and pledging friends to make a financial commitment to the congregation for the fiscal year that begins the following July 1st, however, pledge forms are accepted year-round.

The theme for the fiscal year 2021-2022 is “Together in Spirit”. 

Complete your 2021-2022 Pledge form here  

2021-2022 Pledge Form – paper version.  Complete and send to the church office (48 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Read Rev. Ana’s letter to the congregation here.

Read our Board Presidents’ letter to the congregation here.

The Unitarian Universalist Association provides a useful tool to help you determine the best gift for you.  See it here.


Have you made a bequest to First Unitarian in your will or estate plan?  We want to recognize your generosity with a membership in the First Unitarian Legacy Society.  Complete your registration form here.



If you would like to meet with a canvasser, please contact Garnett Losak ( 

Checks in support of our congregation can be written to the First Unitarian Congregational Society. If your check is for the payment of a pledge please note that in the memo line.  Checks may be dropped in the offertory on Sunday or mailed to: The First Unitarian Congregational Society, 48 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201.  Donations to First Unitarian can also be made by credit card (please consider adding 2.75% to your payment to cover our bank fees) or bank transfer on-line or by text (347-735-5264) Click here for Give by Text Instructions

All gifts to our congregation are received with gratitude and are tax deductible to the extent of the law.

For questions about congregational giving, please contact Garnett Losak (

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