Our Circle Of Care continues to be active during the time of COVID-19 restrictions; please reach out if you are in need.
Everyone at First Unitarian is involved in our Circle of Care by offering each other companionship and treating each other with compassion and respect. In addition to the benefits of being part of a community, we offer the programs listed below to provide other forms of spiritual care. Volunteers on our caring committees are screened and trained to provide support to members of the Congregation.
The Caring Connections Team supports our congregants who benefit from a friendly visitor or phone outreach when they are unable to attend services due to illness or other factors. Contact Jeanne Van Bronkhorst.
The Spiritual Care Team consists of trained lay ministers who offer compassionate presence and a listening ear to people in need. If you’re going through a difficult time, wrestling with a decision or just needing to talk, you can reach out to Rev. Lynn Harrison.
Our Ministers work closely with our caring volunteers to provide support for members of the congregation. They can offer short-term pastoral counseling for a range of personal concerns and will assist in finding additional professional supports in the community as needed. Contact Rev. Shawn Newton or Rev. Lynn Harrison.
As we gradually return to in-person activities, we look ahead to offering First Meals First, the Greeting Card Ministry, and Memorial Wall once again.