We are a welcoming congregation.
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Our mission is to create community, to nurture spiritual growth, and to act on our values to help heal the world.

Nuestra misión es crear comunidad, fomentar el crecimiento spiritual y vivir nuestros valores para ayudar a sanar el mundo. 

 View our aspiration, principles, and sources.

Church Staff Happenings

Rev. Kathleen Owens Sabbatical

Our church, the UUA and the Ministers’ Association all recognize the importance of ministers having a sabbatical, and Kathleen will be going on her sabbatical soon. Her Letter of Agreement stipulates that she accumulates one month for every year served and can take up to four months after every four years. Her last sabbatical was in 2012/13. After postponing a year, she’s now taking 4 months this year. She’ll be gone from Sept. 25 — Nov. 18 back on Nov. 20 through the holiday season and gone again from Jan. 2 — Feb. 28, returning on March 1. The theme of her sabbatical is Sacred Geography. Read September’s First Words for details about her travels.

Angela Fujii

Angela Fujii’s is now our Cluster Social Justice Coordinator and will serve all five UU congregations in San Diego. She hopes to facilitate connection and collaboration between congregations, encourage learning and information exchange, and contribute to leadership development to increase our collective engagement and impact.

New Hire – Karla Alvarez-Malo

We are pleased to announce our newest staff member, Karla Alvarez-Malo. She joined us on August 14, as our new South Bay Campus Administrative Assistant. Her schedule includes 10 hours per week on Sundays and Tuesdays plus some Saturdays for outreach events. She can be reached by email at karla@firstuusandiego.org, and by phone at 619-271-5017. Please give her a warm welcome when you see her!

New Intern - Stevie Carmody

Help us in welcoming our new intern, Stevie Carmody. 

News

  • Book Lovers Affinity Group

    Thursday, August 9, 6 pm, Room 320. Everyone is welcome to attend our discussion of Isabel Allende’s debut novel, “House of Spirits,” about the political and social upheaval in post-colonial Chile.   Read More...

  • NAACP Interfaith Prayer Vigil

    Friday, August 10 from 7 pm—8:30 pm at our Hillcrest campus. Please join us as we gather for an evening of prayer to mourn all African Americans who have been killed in police interactions and pray for a change in police training, policy, and accountability.   Read More...

  • South Bay Pride Booth Planning Meeting

    Wednesday, August 8 at 6:30 pm, Library. The Rainbow Action Group will be meeting to plan First UU's Booth at South Bay Pride, held September 8. Anyone who would like to help plan this event should join us.   Read More...

  • Call for Artists!

    On Tuesday, August 7 from 5 pm - 8 pm, Bard Hall, artists will hang their “We the People” exhibits to celebrate the US Constitution. Reception held on Tuesday, August 14 at 6 pm.   Read More...

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  • Our Differences Are Infinitesimal

    "Our world hangs like a magnificent jewel in the vastness of space. Every one of us is a part of that jewel. A facet of that jewel. And in the perspective of infinity, our differences are infinitesimal."

    ~ Fred Rogers

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