Personal Care Provisions: Women's feminine hygiene products and male contraceptives.
Sundays 10:30-11:30 am...
A hospitality hour is held each week after service
"Selma: Why We Marched"
"Exploring Forgiveness (Selma part 2)"
March 29, 2015 “Helping Yourself and Others through the Process of Grief”
Linda Clark, LCSW with Hospice and Palliative Care in New Hartford will be our guest speaker. Grief is the normal and universal reaction humans have to the loss of those they love. When your loved one dies, you go through a period of bereavement and experience grief that is individual to your experience and yet shares many aspects with all others who grieve. Linda Clark, who provides individual grief counseling and facilitates local bereavement groups, will present ways we can help ourselves and others through this process.
April 5, 2015 Easter Sunday!
Rev. Eve Stevens
Join us for a multigenerational service about the power of optimism triumphing over cynicism. A children's Easter egg hunt will follow the service. All are welcome.
April 12, 2015 "For the Beauty of The Earth"
Rev. Eve will explore what resources our faith offers us as we face the complexity of global climate change.
April 19, 2015 “It’s All About the Music”
Our Religious Education program participants will be assuming the pulpit for this very special Sunday service. The Order of the Chalice, our class for ages 10-13, will be presenting the output of their learnings about music and how they relate to our Unitarian-Universalist Principles. The youngsters write: “From classical to comedy, roots to rap, protest to pop, our class is eager to tune you in to what we've learned. We will also take a minute to thank our volunteers, parents, and friends who have helped us this year.” Also featured will be our youngest classes and their celebrated and widely acclaimed bell choir.
April 26, 2015
Rev. Eve will lead the service
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.
Blessings for the UUA's new building in Boston
See our church members at 1:49!