About the Venue

 First Unitarian Society of Denver, a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association, is an urban sanctuary located in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, just 11 blocks east of the Colorado State Capitol. Our sanctuary holds 235, small enough to feel intimate in a concert setting. First Unitarian’s main level was renovated in 2018 and the acoustics are superb. We are excited to welcome you to our beautiful space!

Parking at First Unitarian

Being an urban church, finding parking can be a challenge. When possible, we encourage carpooling. We have a bike rack in front of the church and are accessible by bus routes 10, 12, & 15. If you are driving, arrive early, and be prepared to walk a block or two.

On-street parking surrounds the church. There are parking meters on Colfax avenue which are in effect until 6:00 pm. You may also park in the following parking lots:

  • The Alta Court parking lot
    1495 N Lafayette (southwest corner of Colfax and Lafayette). All unmarked spots are available at no cost on concert evenings with a parking pass (we have 20 to distribute for each concert). Distance to church: 450 feet
  • The Center parking lot
    1301 E Colfax Ave. Free after 6 pm. Distance: .1 mile
  • 1442 Humboldt St. parking lot
    Weekend rate: $2 / hour. Distance: .2 mile
  • 1245 E Colfax parking lot
    Enter on Lafayette, north of Doppio Coffee and Avella Specialty Pharmacy. Free 2-hour parking in visitor spots before 9 pm. $10 flat rate for over 2 hours. Distance: .2 mile
  • First Bank parking lot, 1617 E. Colfax Ave.
    Free after 6 pm. Distance: .3 mile


FUSD has a ramp at its west entrance (Lafayette Street) which leads to our main floor. Our elevator is located on the southeast corner of the building near the alley; the entrance faces 14th street. Feel free to email us in advance of visiting if you have any questions or concerns:

First Unitarian Society of Denver
1400 N Lafayette Street, Denver CO 80218

First Unitarian's recently remodeled sanctuary
Katie Glassman & Snapshot, November 2018
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