At First Unitarian Church
of Des Moines

We invite people into a respectful, authentic and joyful religious community
that nurtures meaningful connections, pursues justice, and inspires service

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What kind of church
do you desire?
Hear what some of
your church friends think:
Sunday, Feb. 7 at 9:15 & 11 am

Sign up to consider the value
of our church at a
Small Group Gathering
or request a
One-On-One Meeting

Click here to learn more (PDF)

Progressive Voices Concert Series presents:

Remembering Pete Seeger
World Tour, a Benefit Concert
by Spook Handy

Saturday, February 13, 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20 advance/
$25 at-the-door
A portion of the proceeds
to benefit AMOS

Click here to purchase
Click here for more info

On January 10,
we dedicated & installed
a Black Lives Matter banner
on our church.

Read more about the
Black Lives Matter cause

Rev. Mark Stringer
will be on sabbatical from
Feb. 22 - Aug. 1, 2016

Click here for more info


Jan/Feb 2016
Outreach Partner

Click here to learn more about
Family Promise of Greater Des Moines.
Click here to sign up to volunteer
or click here if you can donate items.

Bad Weather Policy

If the weather dictates cancelling Wednesday evening activities or Sunday morning services, cancellation notice will be posted on the church web site, the church Facebook page, KCCI-TV, and WHO-TV. To learn more about our cancellation policy, please click here.


9:15 & 11 am

See you in church!

Upcoming Sermons
Past Sermons

Religious Education Classes
Childcare for infants & toddlers
available at 9:15 & 11 am

High School Youth Group for grades 9-12
meets Sundays, 6-8 pm in Room 107

Map and Parking
East Parking Lot Map

First Unitarian Church of Des Moines is a Unitarian Universalist Congregation, free of creed and affirming the worth of every person. Learn more about the UU tradition at