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Sunday, May 27

Creating Ministry
Service at 10:00

This will be the last Sunday service led by Elizabeth Mount in their role as our Ministerial Intern. We are grateful to Elizabeth for their two years of good service, and we are honored to have walked with them on this part of their journey to becoming a minister. After the service, all are invited to stay for our Annual Potluck Picnic to celebrate the beginning of summer.

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A People of Creativity

Peggy Taylor wrote, “Creativity is our ability to dream things up and make them happen.”

Both the dreaming and the doing are equally important. After dreaming up an idea, what is required to see it through? When we summon the courage to risk failure, the perseverance to get through the hard times, the openness to accept help from others, and the determination to ignore self-doubt, then we are able to turn our dreams into realities.

Join our Sunday services in May as we explore what it means to be a People of Creativity, both as individuals and as a community.


A just and loving world needs Unitarian Universalism. It needs our gifts of labor, love, and money. Without these, our vision can neither go out into the world, nor help to change it.

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Rev. Jeannie Shero
Senior Minister

Upcoming Events

Coming of Age Service and Congregational Meeting
Sunday, May 20, 9:15 a.m.

Each year our youth in the Coming of Age (COA) Class (7th & 8th Grade) lead this service, performing the music and sharing their Credos, or personal belief statements, with the congregation. Following the service, all are invited to the “COA Salon” to chat with the youth. After the COA Salon, we will convene the Spring Congregational Meeting at 10:45 a.m. The day will conclude with an end of year Teacher Appreciation Luncheon at noon, hosting by our Faith Formation and Religious Education team. We hope you can join us for this momentous day!

All-Church Potluck Picnic
Sunday, May 27, 11:30 a.m.

On Memorial Day weekend, we change to our summer schedule with a single service at 10:00 a.m. On May 27, all are invited to stay after the 10:00 a.m. service for our an All-Church Potluck Picnic. Please bring your favorite picnic dish to share! The Hospitality Committee will provide hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers. This picnic is B.Y.O.P.- bring your own plate! Thank you for bringing your own reusable place setting to help us reduce waste from disposable products and live our values of environmental sustainability.

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Children & Youth

We encourage our children to accept the many differences in others while maintaining their own self worth and ability to make healthy choices.

Programs for children and youth

Exploring Our Call to Sanctuary

We have been active supporters of the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition since its founding in 2014. We are currently going through a church-wide process of carefully considering in what ways we will deepen our commitment to Sanctuary and our support for immigrant activists.

Learn about Sanctuary


The music program at First Universalist Church seeks to enrich and enhance our experience of spirituality, community, and creative service through music.

Do you sing or play an instrument? We welcome new participants in our choirs and other musical ensembles. We’d love to hear from you!

Learn about our Music Programs

Compassion in Action

We are committed to social justice. Each month, we give all but one of our Sunday Offerings to non-profit organizations in our community doing work that aligns with our values.

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Adult Learning

We provide an ongoing program of diverse adult religious education offerings, which will engage spiritual, emotional, intellectual, and ethical aspects of personal growth of adults of all ages, from young adults to seniors.

See course catalog


We have many volunteer opportunities within our congregation and in the wider world.

Sunday volunteer positions
Social Justice opportunities
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Living our values

We work with community partners to build a Beloved Community with justice, equity, and compassion for each living being.


Loving each other

We support each other in times of need, celebrate with each other in times of joy, and practice radical hospitality, welcoming everyone with open hearts and open minds.


Igniting the sacred

We firmly believe in the power of music, art and creative performance to strengthen our community, to nourish the soul, and to see the world a bit differently.


Seeking the truth in love

We teach and learn from each other, from the youngest to the oldest among us. We encourage, support and nourish each other on our personal paths to understanding.