The mission of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Stockton is to nurture spiritual/ethical growth, to be inclusive of all people, and to be an active voice of conscience in the greater community.

Welcome to First Unitarian Universalist Church! Thanks for looking us up, and we hope you will come visit us and perhaps join us as you continue on your life/faith journey. We are an inclusive, accepting, welcoming community that is open to all ages, races, backgrounds, genders and gender expressions, as well as most religious and philosophical perspectives. (If you agree with and seek to practice our 7 Unitarian Universalist Principles, you are welcome here!) Though we are currently a small congregation, we have big hearts and big ideas. Come check us out!

The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Stockton is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, 40 miles south of Sacramento and 75 miles east of San Francisco.  As a congregation, we are committed to creating a loving religious community through worship, study, service and fellowship while honoring diversity and respecting the inherent worth and dignity of each individual.  We welcome you, and your family, to visit us and discover our community.

We are a welcoming congregation in support of the LGBTQ community.

Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Followed by Coffee Hour at 11:30 a.m.

12/4    Guest Speaker

12/11  Advent, Christmas, and Hanukkah for UUs   Rev. Bob Our Judeo-Christian Roots and the Messianic Expectation

12/18  Festivals of Light!    Rosalie/Rev. Bob   Multi-Generational celebration of many of the Winter Holidays from our Living Tradition Sources—check with Rosalie or Rev. Bob to help!

12/24  Christmas Eve    Rev. Bob   Multi-Generational UU Celebration of Christmas

12/25  Christmas Brunch    Rev. Bob  Since many people will be celebrating with families, we thought that we would gather in Jackson Hall for a shared Christmas Morning Brunch (Pot-Luck) and Meditation rather than a service. All are welcome  and invited to share food and memories from their own tradition.