We are a diverse, welcoming community which celebrates spiritual and religious freedom, nurtures growth and learning, and works toward a more compassionate, tolerant, and sustainable world.
The First Unitarian Society (FUS) is affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) and the Mountain/Desert District of the UUA. Our religious organization is non-creedal and encourages free inquiry and exploration of ideas. Members are not required to share the same beliefs; we come from a variety of backgrounds including lifelong UUs, humanists, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, pagans, agnostics, atheists, and others. FUS welcomes gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons.
(This paragraph has been edited—please don’t copy the previous version) FUS is currently a lay-led congregation. This means that we are self-governing and do not have a full-time minister. We engage ministers and other paid speakers to provide services, and the rest of the services are lay-led, presenting a variety of formats and subjects including participative services and services presented by members and friends.