Justice: What’s the Right Thing To Do? Sit In on a Harvard Lecture -How Would You Do Justice?!

In his popular lecture series at Harvard University, political philosophy professor Michael Sandel has led lively discussions with students for over 30 years. In his famous ‘Justice’ course, Sandel challenges his students to decide what they would do when presented with difficult moral questions: finding the moral side of murder,...

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Grub Burger Bar Youth Group Fundraiser 

Come to the Grub Burger Bar (Concord Mall, 4737 Concord Pike. Suite 810, Wilmington) on Sunday, September 24 for lunch or dinner and help raise money for our Youth Group. When you mention the First U Youth Group, the Grub Burger Bar will donate 20% of your bill on this...

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Freshmen Challenges 

Ever had freshman jitters when you were starting school or know someone who did… maybe your child perhaps? It’s not uncommon to be nervous about starting at a new school even while looking forward to the opportunity. For young people aging out of foster care, this can be a very...

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Strategic Planning Committee Update – Building Needs

In the past few years, our congregation has been actively engaged in exploring the core issue of whether it can ultimately fulfill its Mission within our current spatial environment that does not provide an inclusive and optimal experience. As we looked to the future, discussions also focused on what would...

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Peace Week Delaware Workshop “I am Not a Racist” – Confronting Race, Racism and White Supremacy!

This event is co-sponsored by the Coalition to Dismantle the New Jim Crow and First Unitarian Church of Wilmington. Please join us on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 6-8 p.m. in the Parish Hall at First Unitarian Church of Wilmington. In this facilitated workshop participants will explore white privilege and structural...

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Hurricane Harvey Assistance

On Friday night, August 25, Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm and brought with it deadly winds and rain to an area of the United States millions call home. Much of the Texas Gulf Coast has been impacted and communities in Louisiana and across the state of...

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