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Family Ministry


Here, people live out what it means to be part of a wider family of humanity. In its most common definition, "family" is thought of as a group of individuals living under one roof or a group of persons of common ancestry or common stock (clan or race.) A family is also recognized as a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation, as in fellowship. Family is where we flourish.

First UU Church of San Diego is home to a rainbow of families, perhaps more types than anywhere else in San Diego. Here you'll find a community built of single parent families, blended families, multi-racial families, adoptive families, families without children, families with two moms or two dads, couples seeking to birth, foster, or adopt children, surrogate mothers, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender families, bi-national families, mom-dad-two-kids-and-a-dog families, elder families, displaced families, intentional families, families of friends, and families of one person.

Parent Programs

Parents’ Lounge
You are invited to participate in the Parents' Lounge on the first Sunday of every month between services at about 10:45. This is a time for parents to get together for community, discussion, and support. Childcare is available in the nursery.

Parents’ Facebook Group
Parent Facebook Group: Parents with children 6th grade and under are invited to join our closed Facebook group which serves as a forum for parents to connect and share information. This group is monitored by Tony Bianca.  To join, friend Tony Bianca on Facebook and message him asking to be added to the group.

A place to nurture and enhance

We are a home for many different types of families. 

For more information about Family Ministry at First UU Church San Diego or to find out how you can get involved, please contact:

Tony Bianca

Interim RE Coordinator




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Children and Family Ministry Guide

This guide is intended to give you families a one-stop place for information about our programs.