Welcome seekers of freedom, reason, tolerance, and love!
2801 42nd Street, Lubbock, Texas 79413
Phone: 806-799-1617 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have other people's ideas about religion kept you from coming to church? Do you yearn for a loving, spiritual community where you can be inspired and encouraged as you search for your own truth and meaning? Find a home in the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Lubbock.
We are a church without creed or dogma where people with different beliefs worship together as one faith. The church has a rich history, with followers who were among our founding fathers such as John Adams, as well as leading literary figures such as Henry David Thoreau and social activists such as Susan B. Anthony. We welcome all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs.
We are a welcoming congregation.
Living Our Values
WHEELOCK ELEMENTARY school supplies are needed: Spiral tablets (wide lined), #2 pencils, Crayons (16 count), Colored pencils, Scissors (children size), Kleenex (any size), Clorox wipes.
WOMEN'S PROTECTIVE SERVICES needs things like personal care items, cleaning supplies and office or school supplies.
December 5 - Church office closed due to weather.
10:00 AM, Children's Religious Education: "Chalica" service preparation
10:00 AM, Intersections - Adult Religious Exploration: “Meditative Tasks", Justin Deurmyer
11:00 AM, Service: "Chalica", Children's Religious Education. Join us as our Children lead us in an understanding of how to gift our Unitarian Universalist Principles.
1:00 PM, Forum: Discussion of the growing power of the rich, white, wealthly class and the massive inequality of wealth in the U.S.
10:00 AM, Children's Religious Education: Picture Book World Religions
10:00 AM, Intersections - Adult Religious Exploration: Planning Session. Bring your ideas!
11:00 AM, Service: "Hanging of the Greens", Sara McLarty and Richard Hopson will once again direct the decorating of the sanctuary! Sing carols at the piano and drape garland and colorful lights. The children will join us.
12:45 PM-1:45 PM: Mindfulness Group meeting
Featured Newsletter Article
Covenant of Right Relations
A Covenant of Right Relations is an aspiration and a practice of helping us to be our best selves in interacting with one another and living our values. Specifically, we pledge our willingness to:
* Participate in our church community.
- Be "fully present" (attentive).
* Respect others, those both inside and outside of our church community.
- Speak carefully. Respect others’ feelings and viewpoints.
- Respect others' privacy, confidences, personal boundaries.
- Express concerns directly to the person or persons involved in a timely
- Listen in silence from the heart.
* Be open to
- Others' perspectives.
- Growth and change.
To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, please watch this video.