Pop-Up Art Show! – Sunday, April 28th

We would love to see your art! On April 28, please bring your art reflecting on the Soul Matters theme of “Interdependence” to the Parish Hall for us to all enjoy. You can take it home with you after coffee hour! You are free to interpret as you would like, but if you need some...

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Rev. Barbara has an Art Store

Our former minister of pastoral care, Barbara Gadon, has retired and become a full time artist working in acrylics and charcoal. She just opened an online store, with prints and canvases of her artwork, as well as cool merch like mugs and T-shirts. Her latest project is called “Everyday Goddess”...

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The Art Gallery is back!

A new display has just found its way to our Art Gallery at First U! Next time you’re at the First U building during the week or on Sunday, be sure to stop by and see the art by First U members and friends. There’s a taste of the gallery...

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Last Chance to see the 2022 First U Art Gallery

The Art Gallery for the 2022 church year will be taken down at the end of June. Come to church and check it out before it’s too late, either before or after church on Sunday – or during the week when the church office is open. A few pieces are...

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Come Explore the First U Art Gallery

Celebrate the reopening of the First U building with a visit to the Art Gallery along the second floor hallway outside Brunner Chapel and the Library/Music Room. Enjoy members’ art on the Soul Matters theme of “Embracing Possibility” in addition to other themes from the past year. For those who...

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Art – A Spiritual Element of Unitarian Universalism at First U

We have many examples of art of all forms from well-known local artists that have found their way to our church through donations, commissions, and purchases. Starting back at the West Street Church in Wilmington, the Angel Window (now in Brunner Chapel) made by Frances Darby Sweeny was contributed in...

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Art – A Spiritual Element of Unitarian Universalism at First Unitarian

We have many examples of art of all forms from well-known local artists that have found their way to our church through donations, commissions, and purchases. Starting back at the West Street Church in Wilmington, the Angel Window (now in Brunner Chapel) made by Frances Darby Sweeny was contributed in...

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Art: A Spiritual Element of Unitarian Universalism at First U

If you attended the Virtual Café on Sunday, 10/17, you had an opportunity to hear a bit about the history of art as a spiritual element for Unitarian Universalism in our church. We have many examples of art of all forms from well-known local artists that have found their way...

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First U Art Gallery is in the Building!

If you’re meeting in the church weekdays and evenings, be sure to wander through our member Art Gallery in the hallway outside Brunner Chapel. Enjoy members’ art on the Soul Matters theme of “Embracing Possibility” in addition to other themes from the past year. The gallery will not be available...

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Ingathering is just around the corner. Let’s get our physical Art Gallery up and running again!

Please bring your art, poetry, craft and other creations, suitable for hanging, to the church office by September 5th. Our Soul matters theme for September is Embracing Possibility – wonderful theme for our gallery. You might also consider the theme of Ingathering: “re-gathering; re-covenanting; hospitality; returning home to the church...

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First U Summer Art Gallery is Online!

Our First U Summer Art Gallery is now available for viewing at this link: Summer 2021 Art Gallery. Thanks to the following artists for your thoughtful contributions: Bev Bach, Carolyn Ray, David Weiss, Hans Francke, Jacquee Lukawski, Linda Sanders, Nancy Pinson, and Stephanie Cloud. Nancy Pinson and David Weiss, Art...

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Summer Art Gallery: Submissions Request

We will be refreshing the Art Gallery during June for our Summer 2021 Art Gallery. This gallery features the themes of Belonging, Story, and Play. Are you inspired to participate with your own talents? Send your poetry or a photo of your physical piece (drawing, painting, sculpture, photograph, needlework, etc.)...

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Winter Online Gallery Now Available!

Our Winter 2021 gallery (February – April), featuring the themes of Imagination, Beloved Community, Commitment, and Renewal, is now online. You can view it at this link. Thank you to all the artists who contributed to the newest gallery. If you missed our First Unitarian Autumn 2020 Art Gallery, focusing...

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Winter Online Gallery Coming Soon!

If you haven’t viewed our First Unitarian Autumn 2020 Art Gallery, focusing on the Soul Matters themes of Renewal, Deep Listening, Healing and Stillness, you can view the gallery at this link: Autumn 2020 Art Gallery. Our September Gallery is also still available at this link: September Renewal Art Gallery....

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Now Accepting Art for our Winter Online Gallery!

If you haven’t viewed our First Unitarian Autumn 2020 Art Gallery, focusing on the Soul Matters themes of Renewal, Deep Listening, Healing and Stillness, you can view the gallery at this link: Autumn 2020 Art Gallery. Our September Gallery is also still available at this link: September Renewal Art Gallery....

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Autumn 2020 Art Gallery now Online!

Take fifteen minutes out of your day for a quiet meditation while you stroll through our First Unitarian Autumn 2020 Art Gallery, focusing on the Soul Matters themes of Renewal, Deep Listening, Healing and Stillness. You can view the gallery at this link: Autumn 2020 Art Gallery. Our September Gallery...

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Accepting Art & Photography for next Art Gallery!

We have moved our First U Art Gallery online while the First U church building is closed. Thank you to all of our participants for your amazing entries. The September Gallery, “What Does it Mean to be a People of Renewal?” is now available in two forms. Click here for...

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First U Art Gallery now available ONLINE!

We have moved our First U Art Gallery online while the First U church building is closed. Thank you to all of our participants for your amazing entries. The September Gallery, “What Does it Mean to be a People of Renewal?” is now available in two forms: You can watch...

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