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    Invite all into caring community

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    Inspire spiritual growth

  • Involve everyone in working for a peaceful, just and free world

Welcome!

Welcome to First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio.  We welcome and celebrate all in the life, leadership, ministry, fellowship, worship, responsibilities, blessings, and joys of our church life.

Membership in this Church is open to all persons regardless of race, color, sexual or affectional orientation, gender identity or expression, sex, range of abilities, religious heritage, level of education, marital status, family structure, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, or any other diversity of the human experience.

If you are seeking a community of radical love and acceptance with theological exploration, lifelong learning, and social justice at the core – you’ve found it!

Join us on Sunday mornings for Religious Education followed by Worship service.

 9:30 am  Religious Education

11:00 am  Worship Service

If you are new to our church, go to our Visitors page to learn how to stay informed and get involved in our church’s activities.

This Sunday

Calaveras, Calacas, and Remembering the Dead

Organized by San Antonio Gente Engaged with Unitarian Universalism (SAGE UU). Music and Readings by Esperanza Garza Danweber, Emmanuel Garrido, Dana Clark, and Jaime Ramirez. Sermon by Ruth Castillo.

As we remember those who have passed on through Dia de los muertos, we can also turn our thoughts to the religious, cultural, and indigenous symbolism on which traditions have grown. This service will explore uniquely Mexican traditions of Day of the Dead, calaveras, satirical poetry “eulogizing” the powerful, and Jose Posada’s iconic imagery of La Catrina and other irreverent skeletons which depict the democratizing force of death. In addition, we will examine the popular music and food we use to honor our ancestors and bring the power of our dead back into our living experience. Please join us as we share in the blessings of Día de los muertos.

Until further notice, all Sunday Worship Services will be presented via video on our Youtube channel.

  • 210-344-4695
  • 7150 West Interstate 10
  • San Antonio, TX 78213

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