Seeking a liberal religious experience in South Florida?  Visit us.  We are an inclusive congregation where people of various faiths, backgrounds, and sexual orientations come together to help each other grow spiritually, strive for social justice, and help those in need.  We are a diverse, welcoming community drawn together by these common goals.  Come and experience our ways of worship and rich community life for yourself.

Visitors are always welcome.

During the Covid-19 Pandemic, and until further notice our Sunday Worship is being held on Zoom and Facebook Live at 10:30 AM. We invite you to join us there for service and a social time afterward: 

Worship on Zoom
Meeting ID: 831 0418 9287

Worship on Facebook

Due to Covid-19, a task force has been convened and will be meeting regularly to determine when we will be able to meet in person again on our campus and which activities can take place on campus in the interim. Please click the button below to learn more.

Covid-19 Planning

Congregants and Volunteers, our campus remains closed to gatherings currently due to the current rise in cases of Covid-19, please fill out the form linked below if you need to visit the 1stUUPB Campus for a mission critical activity (indoors even if not meeting anyone from outside your household or outdoors if people from separate households will be in attendance). This will only be used for potential contact tracing in the case that someone becomes ill with Covid-like symptoms after visiting campus. Thank you!

Campus Visit Form

 

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OSTARA

Ostara, the Neo-Pagan celebration of the Spring Equinox, is a time to embrace hope amidst adversity and potential as yet unrealized.

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Testimonials

My parents always said that we were Unitarians, however we went to a Federated Church which was 95% Congregationalists and 5% Unitarians so I never knew what being Unitarian really meant.  After finding 1stUUPB I found out, and I knew this congregation was for me.  It is the congregation itself that makes this church so important to me.