First UU Columbus

A Welcoming Congregation

 
Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus is a place where people on a variety of spiritual paths come together to grow in religious depth.

Our congregation lifts up our lives within community so that we may feel ourselves more deeply rooted and connected to our earth and the wider circle of beings.  We are empowered by our commitments to greater loving, wider justice and deeper happiness.

Please join us as we create community, grow in spirituality, practice charity and work for social justice. We welcome you in your struggles, your doubts and your dreams.

 

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As a "Welcoming Congregation",
we have formalized our commitment to be inclusive and expressive of the concerns of bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender persons at every level of congregational life.

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Rev. Marian Testifies at Ohio Senate

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Rev. Dr. Marian Stewart, Senior Minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus testifies on Dec. 11, 2018 before the Ohio Senate Health and Medicaid Committee. The issue is HB258, a bill which would prohibit abortions after a detectable heartbeat.

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Elevator Speeches from First UU members

We're a congregation without an imposed creed or set of beliefs. Instead, we are expected to ask questions. Some of us look to the wisdom of the world's religions, some the understandings provided by science. We recognize there is no singular truth, but rather many rich answers. Our community is a supportive community. We seek to live our core principles: respect for the dignity and worth of every person, justice, equity in human relations, and respect for the natural world.
Tom Baillieul