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Sundays 10:30-11:30 am...
A hospitality hour is held each week after service
November 23, 2014
"I'm Nobody, Who are you?"
Followed by a
1:00-4:30 pm Workshop
Living A Course in Miracles The Holy Spirit’s voice is as loud as our willingness to listen. As we have over-learned the lessons of the ego, we have a bit of work to do to engage in a reversal of the thinking... We cannot behave appropriately unless we perceive correctly, and then do what God is asking us to do. It is the only way to true happiness.
November 30, 2014
Relgious Language: What Does it All Mean?"
- Rev Eve Stevens
Have you ever wondered what words like worship, benediction, theology, sacred or God actually mean? Join us for an exploration of religious language from Unitarian Universalist perspectives.
December 7, 2014
Imam Sabur Abdul-Salaam, retired Muslim Chaplain from the NYS Department of Corrections, will be our guest minister. Raised in the Baptist faith, Imam Sabur converted to Islam in 1974 and has twice made the pilgrimage to Mecca. In 2013, he published the book, “Spiritual Journey of an American Muslim.”
December 14, 2014
"Listening to Our Longing"
- Rev. Eve Stevens
Mystics of different religious traditions have followed their longing as a spiritual discipline. Longing for wholeness, for understanding, for God. What do we discover about ourselves and the world when we listen to what our longing is telling us?
December 21, 2014
A celebration of Yule, also known as the Winter Solstice
- Judy Jerome
The dark half of the year is waning and the sun is on the ascent. Join us in celebration of the newborn solstice sun. From this day forward, the days will become longer and we will celebrate the forthcoming reawakening of the Earth and the renewal of life.
Wednesday, December 24th
7 p.m. Christmas Eve
Candle Light Service
- Rev. Eve Stevens
Service will include meditative reflection for adults, fun for the children and carol singing for all.
December 28, 2014
- Rev. John Marsh,
Minister of the First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa, Canada.
We are a caring, family friendly, inter-generational Unitarian Universalist community.
We welcome all families & friends of the greater Mohawk Valley... and beyond!
UU of Utica was proudly established in 1826. Our current home was developed in 1978 supporting our vision of energy efficiency with plenty of room for future growth...
We strive to...
Provide a non-creedal religious community,
with a caring, supportive environment.
Provide an atmosphere for individual spiritual exploration & a forum for open discussion of values, ethics and beliefs.
Continue the tradition of a free & untrammeled pulpit.
Provide liberal religious education for all ages.
Celebrate our unique individuality & rich diversity.
Take actions to honor, value & nurture the interdependent web of life.
To extend our Unitarian Universalist values in our community.
Unitarian Universalism believes in...
~ The dignity & worth of every person.
~ Justice & compassion in human relations.
~ Acceptance of one another & encouragement of spiritual growth.
~ Search for truth & meaning.
~ The right of conscience & the use of the democratic process.
~ Peace, liberty & justice for all.
~ Respecting the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
Need more...? See our What is UU? webpage
Our Sunday Service: 10:30 - 11:30, A hospitality hour is held after service.
Detailed Services Schedule: Services/Events webpage