An Urban Center in Detroit for Spiritual Renewal and Social Justice

Liberate Truth - Radiate Kindness - Love Courageously

Flaming Chalice

First Unitarian-Universalist Church of Detroit
4605 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201
Proud member of the Cass Corridor Commons

[Everything is Theology]

About First UU

Tradition, History and Values
Professional Staff & Elected Officers
Finding Our Church and Parking
Contact Information
A Welcoming Congregation
Black Lives Matter


Schedule of Services
Sermon Audio
Worship Committee

Congregational Life

Current Newsletter (pdf)
Newsletter Archive
Membership Path
Board Members & Committee Chairs
2016 Strategic Plan


Celebrating 100 Years
1stUU at GA
Michigan Social Justice
Blessings from Our UU House (video)
Calendar of Church Events



Sunday services begin at 11:00 AM
Child Care Available for All Services

February 7, 2016
Black Theology & Black Power
Reverend Stephen Butler Murray

>At the outset of Black History Month, I want to consider the first, ground-breaking work of James H. Cone, the father of Black liberation theology. One of the most important theological texts of the 20th century, Black Theology & Black Power opened the doors to contextual theologies in America. This is the first in a month-long series on the influence of black scholars on theology and religion in America.

Get our newsletters
and announcements:
Please send an email to the webmaster if you have any problems with this site.

Minister Email      Webmaster Email

Unitarian Universalist Association