Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. What do I need to know before I attend a service?
  • Sunday Services begin at 9:15 & 11:00 a.m. are about an hour long. They include music, sharing of joys and concerns, readings, and a sermon.
  • Before services, stop by our Welcome Center next to our entrance to let us know you’re here.
  • The building is wheel chair accessible as is the main entrance. Our lower level is accessible via an elevator.
  • Handicap parking and parking reserved for those with limited mobility is available near the main entrance.
  • We hold Faith Formation and Religious Education (FFRE), our Children and Youth Ministry during each service. Childcare (infants from 6 months through preschool) is also available, and children of all ages are also welcome to join their families in the Sanctuary or in our Family Comfort Area located just outside the Sanctuary. The Family Comfort area is designed with nursing parents, caregivers of those with restless bodies, or anyone else who prefers that space during the service.
  • Dress is casual (jeans) to dressy (suits), though everyone dresses respectfully.
Q. How do I enroll my children in Faith Formation and Religious Education (Sunday School)? Do I have to be a church member to enroll?
You do not need to be a church member to register your child/children; however, we expect that you will be involved with the FFRE of our children. In the spirit of a Cooperative Sunday School, we ask that all parents/guardians support the program as a member or a friend of the church with an annual pledge, pay a small yearly materials fee, and volunteer within the FFRE Program. We can not stress enough how important our volunteers are! The program simply would not work with out them. As such, we ask that parents help support the program with their time and energy. There are lots of ways for you to volunteer.


Q. How do I become a member?
By signing your name in our membership book and submitting the membership forms, you formally become a member of First Universalist Church of Denver. It’s a personal commitment to participate in a process of sharing your talents, your resources, and your energy with others in a quest that is spiritual as well as practical, personal as well as social, individual as well as institutional. Unitarian Universalism challenges you to consider how your beliefs affect your attitude toward yourself and others, and how those beliefs influence what you do. Contact Sarah Libert for more information about becoming a member.


If you are interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and First Universalist, we invite you to attend Pathway to Meaning class offered by members of the Ministerial Team. To learn more, please contact Assistant Minister Aaron Norris.