Organized in 1829, the congregation of the First Unitarian Church of Rochester has always taken seriously its role as a religious community with a civic circumference. Our history is one of activism and issues, of challenges and community. We hope that learning something of our past will assist in achieving our visions for the future. Visit the church's extensive Wikipedia page.
For an interesting look at some of the historical documents relevant to the First Unitarian Congregation, please see the catalog of our archival material in the Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation department of the University of Rochester.