Tea with the Minister

You are invited to tea with Rev. Pamela Wat. During the weeks of our Growing Together 2020/21 Stewardship Campaign, you will have opportunities to ask questions and learn more about how the congregation is doing financially, where we are going in the future, and the challenges and opportunities we face...

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February Art Gallery

We are now accepting member art for the Art Gallery for the February Soul Matters theme of “Resilience”. Please bring your art to the church office and let us know that it is there so we can add it to the Gallery which is currently displaying art on the themes...

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Sad News

Jean M. Kennedy, died on January 10 at the age of 95. Jean and her late husband Bill retired to Wilmington in 1990 and became active members of First Unitarian Church and at Osher. Jean was a dedicated office volunteer. We are grateful for Jean and Bill’s presence in our...

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Tea with the Minister

You are invited to tea with Rev. Pamela Wat. During the weeks of our Growing Together 2020/21 Stewardship Campaign, you will have opportunities to ask questions and learn more about how the congregation is doing financially, where we are going in the future, and the challenges and opportunities we face...

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Heritage Fund

How can you support First Unitarian forever? Please consider a donation to our Heritage Fund. Through the Heritage Fund Endowment, you can contribute to future generations. How do you do it? Some options: Add a codicil to your will – designating money to the church when you will no longer...

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Chinese New Year Tradition

On January 26, Rev. Pamela Wat shared her family’s tradition for celebrating the Chinese New Year. Everyone at church received a small red envelope with money in it. But there was a catch! People were asked to do something good with the money, to make the world a better place...

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