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Board Meetings occur on the third Tuesday of every month, beginning at 6:30pm. Since we are unable to meet at the church at this time, we will be meeting on Zoom. All are welcome. 

Zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/93808951449
Meeting ID: 938 0895 14

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Rev. Abbey Tennis, Lead Minister

9792244080?profile=originalA life-long Unitarian Universalist from the Boston area, Rev. Abbey Tennis is passionate about vibrant, robustly spiritual, urban ministry in a multi-racial, multi-cultural, multi-generational setting. Her great love

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Circle Suppers are groups of 8-12 people  who like to eat and have fun at each other's homes/apartments once a month with each participant taking a turn to host over the course of the church year. It's a great way to get to know people beyond Sunday

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Check back here regularly for a list of upcoming events and past events at First Unitarian Church! 

JANUARY, 2019

Friends of 2125 Launch Party

Sunday, January 27, 3pm
Friends of 2125 Chestnut Street is a new 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the p

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People enter into our community searching for a place to belong and a place to make meaning in their lives.  First Unitarian of Philadelphia welcomes all seekers wherever they are on their journey.  Becoming a member at our congregation is a commi

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Christmas Eve is a truly special time at First Unitarian Church. We gather as a community to sing our favorite carols, rejoice in and reflect upon the miracle of hope and renewal, and worship in the beauty of our candlelit sanctuary. 

After service,

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Our annual Holiday Fest is our annual All-Church celebration of the Christmas and Winter Season. Join us this year as we gather to eat, sing, make music and renew hope together! This year the fest will follow Sunday Service on December 16th. 

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Join us this Holiday Season for a month of Christmas worship! From pageants to community festivals to spectacular choral concerts, the holidays at First Unitarian Church are a time to celebrate, contemplate, and be comforted by community. We hop

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All women book lovers are invited to join monthly discussions of previously chosen books in members homes. Meetings are usually the first Monday of the month, in the evening. Contact coordinator for current reading list and to learn more

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Join us for a fun and free bi-monthly community improvisation group! All ages, abilities and drop-ins welcome! Come take risks, be silly, and try something new, all in a safe, supportive environment.

Currently, First U. Improv meets the second and

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Our mission at First Unitarian Church is to Awaken Love and Justice in Our Lives and The World. For over 200 years, we have been devoted to creating a more just world, through early leadership to abolish slavery in the 1800s, witnessing for peace in

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Caring Ministry Team
The Caring Ministry Team provides a supportive presence and outreach to members and friends of First Unitarian of Philadelphia in times of needs and/or joys. We help our congregation connect with and support each other, in variou

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The Young Adult Community at First Unitarian Church (people who are aged  18-35) is a very active and vibrant part of the congregation’s spiritual and social life. Our activities are always growing and shifting to meet the needs of the young adults i

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There are many opportunities to get involved with the musical life of First Unitarian Church! From our choir that performs weekly, the First Unitarian Choir, to our intergenerational choir that rehearses monthly and performs on special occasions, t

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Congregational life at First Unitarian of Philadelphia is defined by the values and commitments to be in community through it all!  We believe that our lives are made richer by being in relationship.  We offer a number of different avenues through wh

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The First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia

2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Office: (215) 563-3980
Fax: (215) 563-4209

Email: info@philauu.org

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

  • SEPTA bus routes 21, 42, and 9 make eastbound stops at 21st and Chestun
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