Ministry & Community Partners
Unitarian Universalism is a religion of the here and now. First Universalist Unitarian Church of Wausau volunteers with and financially supports various causes, from hands-on local projects to international human rights advocacy.
Community Focus Collections
We strive to be a place of inspiration, reflection, and rejuvenation for those who invest countless volunteer hours tutoring, coaching, cleaning parks and trails, preparing community dinners, and serving on the boards of environmental, educational, athletic, and civic leadership organizations.
Over the past decade, we’ve disbursed over $40,000 to groups and causes, including:
- Hmong American Center
- Raptor Education and Rehabilitation
- Monk Gardens
- Walk Wausau
- Fresh Start
- College for Kids
- Marathon County Historical Society
- The Humane Society
- Southern Poverty Law Center
- Bridge Community Clinic
- Heifer International
- The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
- The Red Cross
How To Get Involved
We are always looking for additional volunteer support. You can help with this essential and meaningful ministry in two different ways:
A Living Faith
Whether in community with others or as an individual, active, tangible expressions of love, justice, and peace are what make a difference. Seven days a week, Unitarian Universalists try to live their faith by doing.
We create change: in ourselves, in the world. These are the ways we do it: