All-gender restrooms demonstrate congregation’s welcome

Louisville, KY, June 15, 2015 — Louisville’s First Unitarian Church took action in June to become welcoming to all people by designating first floor restrooms as “all-gender.” 

The congregation, long known for justice and activism in the areas of equality for people of color and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, created the all-gender restrooms to provide safe spaces for queer, trans or gender non-conforming people who attend church services or other events at 809 S. Fourth Street.  

What's UUp on Sunday, July 1, 2015?

Celebration of Life 11:00 am

“Buster: Louis Coleman’s Social Justice Crusade.”
A Dialogue of Song and Words with Larry Muhammad and Rev. Dawn
Presented by The Ky Black Repertory Theatre

BUSTER: LOUIS COLEMAN’S SOCIAL JUSTICE CRUSADE Larry Muhammad joins Rev. Dawn in A Dialogue of Song and Words. He and members of the Kentucky Black Repertory Theatre (including our own Pat Allison) will be presenting vignettes from Mr. Muhammad's musical based on the life and career of social justice activist Rev. Louis Coleman.

Celebrations of Life

We call our Sunday morning worship services our Celebrations of Life. It is the time when our entire congregation gathers to explore questions of the meaning of life, what has value, how shall we live, and more.  We welcome children of all ages at our service; we also offer an alternative for younger kids. See  Children's Celebration

Celebrations of Life run approximately 1 hour and start at 11:00 am.