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The First Unitarian Church of

St. Louis Welcomes You!

We the members of the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis are a community of memory, hope, and reverence.  We covenant with each other to be inclusive, religiously non-creedal, and dedicated to freedom of belief and conscience.

You are welcome here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News & Events

  • UU Essentials

    It's movie time. Sign up for UU Essentials: The Movie Discussion Group. It works like a book club; we see movies on our own time. Then, we meet once a month for a variety of beverages, a coupling of upscale snacks or lowbrow desserts and discuss. UU chatter is often enlightened and always fun. See the sign up sheet in Fellowship Hall. For more information contact Amy Genova.

  • Save the Date

    Homecoming.jpgHomecoming Potluck 2014

    Please plan on joining us on Saturday, September 6 for the first all-church fellowship event of the new year. This a pot-luck dinner. Infant care is provided but there is no separate programming for children.

    Dish suggestions by last names:

    (A-C) dessert (D-G) main dish  (H-L) appetizer 

  • Bylaws Task Force

    The Bylaws Task Force has worked diligently for 9 months to redraft the Church Byla

  • Newsletter Now Online

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                International Festival August 23 and 24: Tower Grove Park                

We are seeking volunteers to help staff the Interfaith Partnership table at the Festival of Nations, August 23 and 24. If Unitarian Universalists are there we can add our publicity to this significant event. This is a pretty easy volunteer gig - hanging out at the table and talking to people who ask questions. You may sit for much of the time.

We've had a lot of fun at the Festival the last two years. The food options are excellent and those who volunteered at the IP table and the various faith tables have had the chance to get to know one another. The Festival is held at Tower Grove Park during the weekend of August 23-24th. It is usually warm to hot during this outdoor festival. We will have cold water on hand for volunteers. Parking is a little ways from the tent so please plan accordingly. Shift times are listed below. Please respond to Mary Ward, if you are able to work a shift.

Volunteer shifts...Saturday 1-3pm...Saturday 3-5pm...Sunday 5-7pm...Sunday 10am-12pm...Sunday 12-2pm...Sunday 2-4pm...Sunday 4-6pm