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Love in Action: Serving Others with Kindness

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Announcements

  • Announcing our FUCSJ Settled Minister!
    On April 28, 2024, nearly 100% of the voting members chose to call Rev. Matthew McHale as our next settled minister! We are so glad to welcome him and his ...
  • Memorial Day Picnic 5/27/24
    FUCSJ Annual Memorial Day Picnic – Monday May 27, 2024, 12noon-3pm Santa Clara City Central Park, 909 Kiely Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95051 Pavilion Picnic Area 2 Join us for food, fun, games, ...
  • Introducing The Right Relations Team (RRT)
    The Right Relations Team at First Unitarian Church of San Jose is a new resource available to congregants of the church. Its members are Robin Beresford, John Hurd and Patti Rivard. ...
  • Open Mic Night ..AND GAMES TOO! @FUCSJ!
      EVERY SECOND SATURDAY from 6-9:30pm Come sing, play, dance, read your latest poems or snippets from a book in progress. Performers have 10 minutes or two songs, whichever comes first. Sign ups ...
  • Drum Circle
    Monthly on the first Saturday.  Find the event on Facebook. This group is free and open to all including church members. 1:00 – 4:00pm  
  • 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 ...
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  • Announcing our FUCSJ Settled Minister!
    On April 28, 2024, nearly 100% of the voting members chose to call Rev. Matthew McHale as our next settled minister! We are so glad to welcome him and his ...

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  • Welcome to The Month of Pluralism
    Welcome to the Gift of Pluralism   I wonder how the moonflower feels about its sweet sister, the morning glory. What it must be to know that world longingly awaits another while you must seek solace hidden under a night sky.   When the world has told you to hide, it is only the shadows that welcome you in. And while blooming in the dark has its beauty, it’s also a lonely way to live.   And who can blame this moon-drenched cousin for wanting to hide. After all, we too know what happens out there in the light of day. We are parsed and picked over, told who and what we need to be, so ...