Sunday March 26th - 9:15a and 11:00a 

Common Ground by Rev. Mike Morran

On this Sunday, we will explore what it means to live life like an artist, the power of our senses to connect and ground ourselves, as well as the potential of metaphor to transform these sensory experiences into insights and inspiration. 

First Unitarian's Sanctuary Effort

First Unitarian has chosen to provide Sanctuary to Jeanette and we have received requests from the public on how they may participate.  If you would like to donate to First Unitarian Society of Denver and our Social Justice work, please use this quick and easy way.


If you would like to support the larger sanctuary effort in Denver you are encourged to donate to the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition.

This Week

Are you our next City Council member, School Board member, RTD Board member, Representative or Senator? Well we want you to run for office, in order for us to win on our issues and move our vision for Colorado forward we need people who come from our community and are directly impacted to be the ones in elected office.

In this time of tumultuous change in our country, we need you to be your whole, healthy self; bringing your gifts forward in order to stay engaged in action and keep a positive outlook.

 Monday, March 27  7-9 pm
 Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda use the Fairfax Street entrance

Making a Difference

Common Ground


Common Ground is our Whole Souul Living Theme for March. In a world that insistently tries to divide us from one another, the central proposition of our faith is that, There is a Unity that makes us One.

Whole Souul Economy Circle

Whole Souul Economy Circle
  “I am a human being!”
                                               --Michael Carr, FUSD Member
“All the ancient wisdom…tells us that work is necessary to us, as much a part of
our condition as mortality; that good work is our salvation and our joy….”



Our Whole Souul Living Theme for this month is Divinity. For traditional Christians, the word usually refers to the Christian God or the nature of Jesus. For Jews, divinity could apply to anything from the orthodox God of the Old Testament to the cosmic Ein Sof (without end) of Kabbahlistic teaching. For many Indigenous People, divinity could refer to the animating spirits of nature or the mysterious forces that turn the seasons or the world.

This Week in RE

Content updated Monday, March 6th, 2017

Each week, this page is updated with announcements and information to help families fully engage with our Religious Exploration Program.  Please see our newest edition of the Religious Education Program Guide or our Program Specific Web Pages (listed to the right) for more information.  Please contact our Director of Religious Exploration, Erin Kenworthy, at with questions and feedback.



Insight is the Whole Souul Living Theme for July

An Open Letter About Brock Turner

This post is not officially from First Unitarian Society of Denver, just a personal statement by Senior Minister, Rev. Mike Morran. 


The 4th Principle of Unitarian Universalism is: “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Certainly there is a category of empirical truth to the physical world. Just as certainly there is a category of more subjective truth that will vary from person to person. Still, in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, we take the question of religious truth very seriously. It was the search for truth and a more authentic religious experience that led us to break away from more traditional Christianity.