Rooted in the sacred and strengthened by our diversity, we equip ourselves to minister through the transformative power of love.
every Sunday at 10 a.m.
First Universalist Church of Auburn, Unitarian Universalist, is a non-creedal religious community, rooted in the Sacred and bound together in a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. We are a joyfully diverse community—theologically, ethnically, economically, and in terms of sexual orientation, age, and gender identity. We are a justice-seeking community that believes in the transformative power of love to heal the brokenness of the world. Whoever you are, whatever gifts and burdens you carry right now, you are welcome here.
Grayling"I love my church because it nourishes my spirit, challenges my mind, and constantly reminds me that we are all beautiful in our brokenness, we are all worthy, and the power of love can change the world!"
Pearl"My church is my second home. It welcomes me, comforts me, inspires me. It loves me."
Peggy"I love this church because it's warm and welcoming to everyone, and differences are not only accepted, they're celebrated here."
Bets and Steph"It doesn't matter who you are or what you believe, you are welcome here. This community embraces who we are. It inspires and challenges us to grow and reaffirms our belief in the power of love."
Simon"I like church because everyone strives for the world to be fair, which I fully support. Also, I make lots of friends here."
SPRING YARD SALE — Sat, April 29
Spring Yard Sale @ Auburn UU Saturday, April 29 from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm in the Vestry (Church members: Bring your donations to the stage Sun., April - Thurs.,…
Ferry Beach retreat 5/5-7 — Fri, May 5 - Sun, May 7
We’ll join the Allen Avenue and Norway UU churches in sacred community. We’ll sing, commune with nature, play games, and worship together. We'll have our own Variety Show and there’s…
Auburn UU hosts Trinity Jubilee's Empty Bowl — Sun, May 7
The Empty Bowls Supper has been a tradition at the Jubilee Center for 13 years. Diners buy an empty bowl and receive a simple, yummy dinner of soup, bread, and…
Open Mic / Poetry Slam — Fri, May 12
Celebrate the spirituality of music and spoken word. Sing, play, recite or just listen. All ages welcome. Refreshments available. Parking; accessible. Free
Remembering Tom Rowe- Concert for a Cause — Sat, May 13
May Concert for a Cause is Remembering Tom Rowe Saturday, May 13, 7:30pm in our sanctuary CFAC is proud to host Remembering Tom Rowe. A consummate musician-entertainer, Rowe was a…