First Unitarian Universalist Church of Berks County

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Our community worships weekly in our newly renovated sanctuary, a place of beauty and love where people of all ages and walks of life are welcome.

UU kids gather weekly on Sunday mornings to explore and learn about religious values, social justice, and spiritual practices like yoga. 

During worship and at other church-related programs we light the chalice, the symbol of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Here is a child-friendly version created during one of our religious education classes.

Unitarian Universalists stand on the side of love by supporting marriage equality. Here is Rev. Sandra Fees signing her first legal same-sex marriage license. 

We embrace opportunities to be good stewards of our planet. Pictured here are church volunteers helping to clean up a local park last Spring.

This year our congregation joyfully celebrated 10 years of shared ministry with Rev. Sandra Fees. 

The last weekend in February, 35 members of our congregation gathered to learn what it means to build an anti-racist multicultural world.

UUs responded then & now to the call to march for justice in Selma. Our minister Rev. Sandra along with 500 UUs marched on the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Campaign. 

In our distinctly UU ceremony we celebrate the dignity of each person and the value of human community.

SUNDAY SERVICES are held weekly at 10:30 AM with gathering music at 10:20. Following the service, join us for coffee and tea, light refreshments and conversation.
For Cancellation of Worship Services  - Check the church voice mail (610-372-0928) or website after 8 AM Sunday morning.
Jul 12: Free To Be GLBTQ - Rev. Sandra Fees

Today we'll celebrate the recent victory for marriage equality and the theological underpinnings for our Unitarian Universalist understanding of being free to be GLBTQ.

Jul 19: Resilience - Sage Olnick

Join Sage Olnick, member of UU Berks, ministerial candidate and chaplain resident at John Hopkins Hospital, in an exploration of how our personal and communal Unitarian Universalist faith helps one find the endurance, perseverance, and hope to be resilient in our own lives and in the world

Jul 26: Yoga Dance - An Intergenerational Service - Jeanne Cocuzza, Worship Associate, and Michelle Nierle
Yoga Dance service for ALL ages.
Michele Nierle, Certified Yoga and Yoga dance Instructor, will guide us through creative movement to music, utilizing the five elements within us:
earth, water, fire, air, and ether.  This practice is for all levels of ability; no prior dance or yoga training is needed.  Wear comfortable clothing.
Aug 2: Summer Worship Service - Matt Owen, Worship Associate

Listening To The Heart: A Contemplative Service.

Aug 9: Summer Worship Service - Tracie Greth, Worship Associate Wonder or Evil

The first hymn in our hymn books says "May nothing evil cross this door", yet human cultures often hold evils that cross every door in someway. 

Today we will think about Evil and ask some difficult questions.

Aug 16: Summer Music Service - Elizabeth Bromley, Director of Music
Aug 23: Aging: Part 1 - Rev. Sandra Fees
Aug 30: Aging: Part 2 - Rev. Sandra Fees