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"The Practice of Enough" Nov 15

"A Time To Make Repairs and Amends"    Part 1        Sept 20

"A Time To Make Repairs and Amends"    Part 2        Sept 20

Our Family Systems     Oct 4


Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
  Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.


November 22:
  "Bread Communion"
      - Rev. Eve Stevens
Join us for a multigenerational worship experience! Come enjoy the company of all ages as we share in an ancient ritual that brings us closer to one another and the Something Greater each of us is connected to.


November 29:
    "My Selfish Gratitude"
Our guest in the pulpit is Rev. Joseph Cleveland of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Saratoga Springs. "At a time when we're all trying to be grateful, Rev.  Cleveland wonders "Why".


December 6th:
    "Being Home"
         - Rev. Eve Stevens.
What does it mean to feel at home in our bodies, in our families, in our communities and in our church? Utica faith leaders have started speaking out about the lack of safe spaces for our teenagers to gather and feel at home here in Utica. As our church's youth ministry continues to come more alive, what does it mean to be a home for our teenagers?


December 13th:   "Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins"

       - Rev. Eve Stevens.
Join us as a cast of all ages tells the story of a man named Hershel and his attempts to outwit the series of goblins who try to stop a small town from celebrating Hanukkah. Rev. Eve  will reflect on the lessons Unitarian Universalists can learn from Hershel and the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.


"A church where people with many different beliefs come together,
in faith & pursuit of social justice. ~ All are welcome!"

 We are a caring, family friendly, inter-generational Unitarian Universalist community.
We welcome all families & friends of the greater Mohawk Valley... and beyond!

Learn more about Unitarian Universalism here!

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... /p>

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.

Blessings for the UUA's new building in Boston
See our church members at 1:49!