This Sunday, December 11

Music Sunday

10:00 a.m. at Hamilton Middle School

Director of Music John Hubert and the Cantabile Chorale 

The Cantabile Chorale (our chamber choir) will be joined by three instrumentalists and two boy sopranos in their presentation of Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms. These settings of Psalms in Hebrew are sometimes sublime, sometimes raucous, and always compelling. Please be sure to join us for our annual Chamber Choir Music Sunday.

Compassion in Action Offering: Project Angel Heart








Bring Your Own Place Setting: Second Sunday Potluck

Please plan to stay after the service for our Second Sunday Potluck! Bring a dish to share and remember to bring your own reusable place settings to reduce our use of disposable goods. Thank you for helping us live into our commitment as a Green Sanctuary even in our year of transition.

We’re Building for Our Future

Our permanent building on E. Hampden Ave. is undergoing a major renovation. During the 2016-2017 year, we hope you will join us on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. at Hamilton Middle School, located at 8600 E. Dartmouth Ave. in Denver (map). Our temporary mailing address and weekday office location is 9185 E. Kenyon Ave., #275, Denver, 80237 (map). Check back for building updates here.

Get Holiday Gift Cards & Support Our Church

The holiday shopping season is upon us! Would you like to avoid crowded malls and give something back to First Universalist at the same time? Consider ordering scrips. Scrips are gift cards that can be used just like cash, and the merchants donate a percentage of their profit to non-profit organizations like First Universalist. Pick up an order form near the main entrance of Hamilton on December 4, 11, or 18 or complete the pdf form and return it to Carole Duncan in person on Sundays or by email to Orders returned to Carole by Dec. 4 and Dec. 11, either paper or on-line, will be available to you the following Sunday.  Orders made by Dec. 18 will be delivered to you on Dec. 22.

Happenings: December, 2016

Holiday service times and many more events in the latest issue of our e-newsletter, Happenings. 

Compassion in Action

Most weeks out of year, the congregation gives 100% of the donations collected during the Sunday offering to community partners working for social justice and equity. The Compassion in Action program is designed to promote generosity by members and friends as well as raise awareness within the congregation about local, regional, national, and international social justice concerns. Our congregation’s orientation is outward toward the community, as well as inward.

Any active participant in our congregation can nominate an organization for Compassion in Action. Recipients must have 501(c)(3) tax exempt status and their work must align with our congregation’s values. Visit the nomination page to learn more.