What's Happening

Contemplative Worship & Communion, Tuesdays, 5 PM


Join us for Worship, February 2nd, 10 AM
All age worship and Communion
Preacher: Rev. Robert J. von Trebra
Music: Derek Schaible, Church Musician; the Chancel Choir led by David Burton


Adult Education, “Fair Wage”, February 2nd, 11:15 AM
Speaker: Don Kemper of Idahoans for a Fair Wage will talk about their ballot initiative.


Handbell Concert, February 8th, 6:30 PM
Central Elementary Gym, Nampa
Boise First’s Tintinnabulators will join about 110 handbell musicians gathering February 7 and 8 to ring together as one large handbell choir under the direction of guest clinician David Harris at the Snake River Handbell Conference. There will be a free public concert on Saturday, February 8, at 6:30 pm in the Central Elementary Gym on the NW corner of 15th Avenue South and 6th Street South in Nampa. (1415 6thStreet S.).


Potluck Lunch & Values Discussion, after worship, February 9th, 11:15 AM


Mardi Gras Sunday Dinner! February 23rd, 5 PM
at Boise First
Food, fun & fellowship!


Help Support the Ministries and Programs of Boise First UCC...
+ Make a pledge for 2020 
+ Fill out a Time, Talent, & Treasure survey, and help through your talents and time. 
Scroll down to the bottom of this page to download a pledge form and survey. They can be brought to church on a Sunday, or sent to the church office. 


Items can be placed in the basket labeled “Interfaith Sanctuary” located in Dining Room.

NOTE: Please do not donate any kind of medication, including aspirin, Tylenol, cold remedies, etc. Interfaith Sanctuary cannot accept donations of any kind of medication.

SPECIAL NEEDS: facial tissue, paper towels, men’s underwear, Hall’s cough drops, Coffee Mate, 56 oz, and unscented baby wipes.  Place your donations in the basket next to the JAWAM bulletin board in the fellowship room.

Dental floss, Toothpaste – small, Toothbrushes, Lotions, Razors, Lip Balm, Antiperspirant deodorant, Small bar soaps, Small-sized shampoos, Small-sized conditioners, Q-tips
Tampons, sanitary napkins, Band-aids – all sizes, Shaving cream
Hair items–combs, barrettes, ties, etc.; Socks - Men, Women, Children; Underwear - Men, Women, Children; Diapers - Adults and Kids, especially Size 5 kids
Peanut Butter, Jelly


"Ten Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Resource Guide"

From the Southern Poverty Law Center: 
Hate in America has become commonplace. What can we do to stop the hate?

 “Ten Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Resource Guide” sets out 10 principles for fighting hate in your community. You can read more about it and download a copy by clicking HERE.


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For more information about these and other activities, download the current Herald (newsletter) available here.

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