Our History
The first Unitarian church in Pueblo was established in the late 19th century, according to library microfilm of the Pueblo Chieftain. The building no longer exists and we have no records of that church’s history during the Great Depression and thereafter. When the second congregation, the Unitarian Fellowship of Pueblo, was founded in the 1950s there was no other Unitarian or Universalist presence in town.

At first services were held in homes, but as membership increased space was rented at the YWCA. In 1962 we constructed our original building across from City Park, which was designed by Elizabeth Wright Ingraham, granddaughter of Frank Lloyd Wright. We outgrew that space and moved to our current site on the East Side in September, 2005.

In 2012 we adopted the name First Unitarian Society (FUS) of Pueblo.