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New Here?

NEW HERE?

Are you just getting to know First Unitarian Church of Orlando, which we affectionately call 1U (pronounced one-you)? We’d like to help. While our website can give you an idea of who we are, the real way to get know us is to come on by.

Sunday Mornings

For many people, the first visit is for Sunday worship. Whether you are seeking a new spiritual home, visiting from out of town, or just curious, we’re glad to welcome you as our guest. You can find our schedule and worship theme for this Sunday on this site as well as get an idea of what to expect. Children are always welcome in our Sanctuary; there is Children’s Religious Education and other activities for them as well.

Adult Religious Education is offered on Sunday mornings as well. Sessions are always drop-in friendly, so feel free to check out what’s available when you’re here.

Be sure to stop by 1U Central (our welcome and information table) during social hour after the service and talk to our Program Assistant. You’ll find lots of information and hear about what’s going on. You can fill out contact information there so you can be included in our Weekly Update  (aka the eblast).

The Rest of the Week

Some people get to know us through our activities outside of Sunday worship. Popular first steps are our Thursday Night Meditation group and the activities of Mystic Grove, our Pagan group. There are adult classes and activities both on Sunday mornings and at other times throughout the week. There are also fellowship events, such as the Black Cat Café, that offer an opportunity to get to know folks in more casual setting. Newcomers and guests are welcome at all these.

Keeping Informed

This website and our Weekly Update (aka the eblast) should have all the information you need; if not, let us know at info@orlandouu.org. We’re happy to answer your questions and help you feel at home.

Most months, we offer a Meet and Greet with the Minister on one Sunday after worship. This one-hour gathering gives you a chance to meet our minister and learn more about 1U and Unitarian Universalism.