First Unitarian Universalist Church of Berks County

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On Sunday, Oct. 18, we dedicated our Black Lives Matter banner as part of our ongoing anti-racism work. 

The flaming chalice is the symbol of the Unitarian Universalist faith, embodying the fire of commitment and power of community. This sculptural interpretation was hand-crafted for our congregation and is displayed on the front wall of the sanctuary.

Members and friends enjoy opportunities getting to know each other through social events and other church programs.

Standing on the side of LOVE at the Reading Pride Celebration.

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday, our congregation continued its work to become an anti-racist, multicultural community by reflecting on racism in our midst. 

Worship Services are held Sundays at 10:30 am. We offer Religious Education classes as well as nursery care for infants and toddlers.

 

In the event of inclement weather church closings will be posted here by 8am Sunday morning as well as on our church voicemail at 610-371-0928

Feb 25: Drinking from Wells - Rev. Sandra Fees

Each of us drinks from wells we did not dig, and digs wells from which others do or will drink.  Join us this morning as we reflect on those who prepared the way for us and those for whom we are preparing the way.

Mar 11: The Still Point - Rev. Sandra Fees

A lot of attention is given to finding balance in our lives. What if balance has to do not so much with finding a still point on which to rest as it does with having a point on which to pivot? How can balance in motion be healing and liberating?

Mar 18: Celebrating Our Stories - Rev. Sandra Fees and Worship Associates

This morning's service celebrates a diversity of stories in our religious community. Together the congregation will build a cairn to express the uniqueness of our individual gifts and the collective power of our being in community. Our offering will benefit the UU Berks Food Pantry.

Mar 25: Safe and Sacred: Mind, Body, and Spirit - Rev. Sandra Fees

As a religious community, we are dedicated to caring for the overall well-being of members and friends. How do we hold each other in care, attending to the safety of minds, bodies, and spirits?