Information for Visitors
It can be intimidating walking into a new place or when seeking a new church home. At First UU, we hope we can make the process a smooth one because we need your view of life and truth. We want to make your first experience at First UU a great one!
Sundays are full of energy, classes, and worship. Come as you are – we are relaxed and want you to relax as well. To learn more about us, complete our Visitor Information Form and check out our Calendar of Events.
First UU 101
Our First UU 101 class gives newcomers, or anyone considering membership with the church, an overview of how the church is organized and what services are offered. Classes take place every second Sunday of the month at 12:15pm in Room 603. All are welcome! RSVP for the class right now at email@example.com.
Sunday Worship Service
You can choose to watch the service from home on our Youtube channel or join us in person on campus in the Sanctuary at 11:00 am CST. While on campus, we ask that you continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing while indoors. In person coffee hour is available before and after service on the patio.
Religious Education for Adults
We offer regular classes on Sunday mornings, as well as special offerings held at various times throughout the week. We offer both in person and online classes. Visit the Adult Religious Education page of our Adult Programs section of the website and check out our Calendar of Events for more information on our Adult offerings.
Religious Education for Children and Youth
We offer regular classes for preschool through high school students on campus every Sunday at 9:30 am CST. Visit the Youth Religious Education page of our Children & Youth Programs section of the website for more information on our Children & Youth offerings.
Missed a Service?
There is no need to fret if you miss a Worship Service at First UU of San Antonio. We archive all of our Worship Services on our Past Services page.
If you decide to make First UU your church home, we encourage you to consider becoming a member. It is not necessary to be a member of the church to enjoy the classes, worship services, or other activities, but we rely on one another to be a community. If you feel drawn to joining us in that community, visit the Membership section of the website for more information and to learn about the benefits of becoming a member. You can also contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.