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There are many ways to learn more about First U.U. Church of Richmond and about the Unitarian Universalist faith.
- Our Sunday services, often delivered by our senior minister Rev. Jeanne Pupke, offer an opportunity to hear a weekly message for the congregation on topics of i
mportance to us as a community, interweaving the principles of Unitarian Universalism, and the relevance of those principles in the complexity of our lives.
- On Sundays, our Religious Education curriculum offers K-12 classes for students to learn about Unitarian Universalist principles and practical application to their lives.
- Newcomers Info Session is offered on Sundays at 10:15 a.m. in MacPherson library.
- Attend a Pathways by emailing Rev. Jeanne Pupke – Pathways to Membership is designed to answer questions that concern BEING a member here at First U.U. What does that mean? You do not need to be considering membership to attend. Time and location, TBA. RSVP via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Adult religious education classes are offered in the fall and spring on a range of topics to help individuals, parents, couples and families live more fulfilled lives.
- There are more than two dozen groups at First U.U. that offer an opportunity for you to connect, contribute, get support and offer your talents and abilities.
- Our Vespers services offer an informal, more intimate and reflective connection on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.
Want to know more? Check the First U.U. calendar periodically to see which groups are meeting and when services and classes are held.