Are You Ready for the People's Climate March?

It's going to be the largest climate march in history—and you can help make history by going to New York on Sunday, Sept. 21. First Unitarian Church will have a significant contingent in New York City that day. We'll travel by bus with Sierra Club Delaware (the transportation organizer) and join tens...

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ILYA Team Joins Mural Project

  Betty Wier, coordinator Maggie Boone, Lynn Ingersoll, Barbara Crowell, and supervising artist John Donato   Many children in foster care have experienced things that aren’t so nice—and don't know how to express their feelings about them. But thanks to the recent Family Court Mural Project, some of these children...

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Ad Hoc Group Discusses Action

An ad-hoc group of social justice activists met on July 23 at First Unitarian Church with Rev. Josh Snyder to discuss next steps in the wake of the Social Justice Action Summit held at the church on June 7. Attending were Kit Pool, Elizabeth Siftar, Paul Pinson, Ed Ostrom, Marie Oakberg,...

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Support for the Ministry of Caring

First Unitarian’s Outreach to Emmanuel Dining Room Run by the Ministry of Caring, Emmanuel Dining Room (EDR) provides meals to people in need in the greater Wilmington area. First Unitarian Church is proud to have been a part of this effort for over 20 years, and currently provides a hot lunch...

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Responding to Gun Violence

On July  10, more than 20 members of First Unitarian Church joined a street meeting and rally called by the Wilmington Peacekeepers, a grass-roots organization that seeks to end violence on the streets of our city. Wilmington, Delaware, is among the most violent cities of its size in the country. The...

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