We have been in Sioux City for more than 100 years! Services are Sunday, 11:30 am at 2508 Jackson St. Sioux City, IA. Come join us any time or call if you have any questions (712-258-3116)

Location and Events

Sunday Service

“Flower Celebration” Instead of a fresh cut flower bring a flower plant and come dressed to help plant them in our flower bed or a vegetable plant for our vegetable/herb garden. (Suggested lists will be e-mailed out ahead of time).

Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 11:30 AM

Sunday Service

“Picnic on the Green” i.e. our front lawn.

Sunday, May 27, 2018 at 11:30 AM

Blog and News

Terry Brooks and Friends Entertain to Support Mary Treglia Community Center

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"Low Carbon Crossing" Cyclists Present at First Unitarian

Two cyclists biking across the United States to raise awareness of Global Warming stopped in Sioux City on Wednesday, October 12th to give their presentation to an inquiring audience at First Unitarian Church. For the full video, follow the link.  To find out more about "Low Carbon Crossing", go here.




Leif Erikson Park Cleanup - Saturday April 23rd 2016

Join us Saturday April 23rd, 2016 from 10am to Noon at Leif Erikson Park for our annual cleanup. Bring a pair of gloves and some helping hands. 31st and Virginia, Sioux City.

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Art Sale and Auction

What a great night. The Art and Auction raised over $3,000.


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A Different Kind Of Ressurection

Thanks to Andrea Buckley for sharing the story on a different kind of Ressurection. Here's the story as it originally appeared on This American Life.

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New Website


Welcome to our new webpage! We are in the process of updating the content and design of our old website. check out our blog, events page, and dont forget to create and account so we can better stay in touch and keep you informed. 

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Up from the Earth


First Unitarian Church and its members receive recognition for their amazing garden by UP FROM THE EARTH, which is a voluntary system for connecting excess produce from home gardens to people in need. Read the full post for pictures and more information! Doing good, AND making the church a beautiful place to be. WA

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