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The First Church in Belmont Unitarian Universalist is a mid-sized church of almost 400 families and individuals.  Married and single, straight and gay, with children and without, First Church is a vibrant community embracing a diversity of answers to life's important questions. Together in fellowship we are seekers, each respecting one another's individual spiritual path.  In addition to Sunday worship, we offer many opportunities to connect and socialize, share life experiences, learn from each other, perform and enjoy music, and serve the community.

From the first Sunday after Labor Day through the second Sunday in June, services are held on Sundays at 9 & 11. On some Sundays the schedule varies; check upcoming service details here. Childcare is available at all services, along with religious education classes for children.

Our summer season runs from the third Sunday in June through Labor Day Weekend Sunday. Lay-led services are held at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall. Click for the summer's schedule of worship services, updated in late June.

Our Sanctuary and Parish Hall are available for weddings, receptions or other gatherings. Click here for information about renting our building.

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    Lay-Led Worship Services; click for details

    June 18 — Sam James; What Refugees Are Teaching Us

    June 25— Worship Committee — different starting time: 9:45 a.m.; Live Streaming GA 2017 Sunday Morning Worship

    July 2 — Richard Waring & Friends; Leaning on Words & Song — Art as Communion

    July 9 — “Field trip” to First Parish in Cambridge; We choose to have faith (service starts at 10:30 at FPC)

    July 16 — Edwin Taylor; Living On The Edge

    July 23 — Rob Kinslow; Finding the Center

    July 30 — Jon Svetkey + Heather Quay; A Hymnal Hootenanny

    August 6 — Devon Beckett; The Camino Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

    August 13, 20, and 27 — TBA

    September 3 — Jody Renouf and Mark Rosenstein; Blessing of the Animals

    • Details here
    • Services at 9:30 a.m. (9:45 a.m. on June 25) in the Parish Hall (enter through the Lower Level doors near the bike rack)
    • Directions and parking
    • Supervised childcare is provided