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Welcome to First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee!
We are a welcoming place for spiritual community, diverse beliefs, social justice, and intellectual freedom.
We also offer many affinity and spiritual growth groups.
Here are some things you might be interested in checking out!
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MORE ABOUT US
Here's more about our denomination and our congregation (active in Milwaukee since 1842).
Famous Unitarians and Universalists in history (merged in 1961) include Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Daniel Webster, Susan B. Anthony, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May Alcott, Clara Barton, Florence Nightingale, and many others.
Truth is like light shining through the windows of a great cathedral,
in different colors and shapes.
The light comes from the same source. But it looks different,
depending upon which window it shines through.