Announcements

  • Announcing our Candidate for FUCSJ Settled Minister!
    The Search Committee is excited to announce Rev. Matthew McHale as the candidate to be FUCSJ’s next Settled Minister. Rev. Matthew grew up attending the UU Church of Long Beach. He received an ...
  • 2024 Election — Candidates and Biographies
    Congregational Election   By: Connie Hall   Our Annual Congregational election took place on Sunday, March 24 following the service.  The Nominating Committee is pleased that we were able to recruit very qualified candidates ...
  • Right Relations Covenant
    Right Relations Covenant of the First Unitarian Church of San José The First Unitarian Church of San Jose is a faith community grounded in an affirmation of shared values, rather than ...
  • Pledge Campaign 2024
      2024 Pledge Campaign: Realizing Our Shared Ministry!   The First Unitarian Church of San Jose (FUCSJ) is a liberal faith community supporting inclusive, anti-racist, anti-oppressive values. We are fully supported by our members ...
  • Drum Circle
    NO DRUM CIRCLE JAN 6TH,2023. WE WILL RESUME ON FEB 3RD,2024. This group is free and open to all including church members. 1:00 – 4:00pm Monthly on the first Saturday.  Find the event ...
  • Worship Associates
    Hi there — would you like to add to our services and have your voice be heard? Consider joining our Worship Associate team. You will receive emails a few times ...
additional announcements

  • FUCSJ Building Lock-Up Check List
    FUCSJ Building Lock-Up Check List I. Keep yourself safe: Do not confront anyone. If you find anyone in the building that does not belong there, call 911 immediately. II. Be alert: Listen for ...

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Monthly Theme

  • Welcome to The Month of Liberating Love
    Love, it sits in the chest, at least at the start. It’s what makes our heart beat again after being broken, and our lungs breathe again after being closed off in the dark for far too long.   For some, it came in the form of our grandfather’s eyes which saw us as carriers of something bigger and more precious and older than our little bodies disclosed. For others, it arrived as we pressed hard against our mothers’ warm skin and heard a speechless whisper say we can always come home.   We recognize love as the thing that allowed us to finally remove our masks, or that which said I don’t want you to ...