We’re excited to share that the Utica ACIM group is hosting a very inspiring concert by international award winning artist Neda Boin! The concert will be preceded by an Ice Cream Social and you, of course, are invited! If you don’t know Neda yet, I’m … read more.
Over 250 people gathered to express support for those who have engaged in the struggle for basic human rights. We know that challenges remain. LGBTQI+ persons around the world continue to face discrimination, violence, and other forms of persecution because of who they are and … read more.
Rev. Karen was accompanied by Ken Drake, Judy Jerome, Roz Kearny, Doreen Markson, Mary McGuirl, Katie Spires and Nancy Bender, members of the Social Justice Team, to the second annual Celebration of Pride Month Flag Raising Ceremony at City Hall.
Celeste Friend, Utica City Councilwoman, read … read more.
Organized by Indivisible Mohawk Valley and cosponsored by Planned Parenthood, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Utica and Temple Emanu-El.
UTICA, NY., May 14, 2022. On Saturday, more than 250 people joined thousands across the country to march in support of abortion rights and a woman’s right … read more.
Sunday, May 1 at 1PM, Pratt/MWP Professor Daniel Buckingham conducted a tour of the current Munson-Williams-Proctor exhibit, Unchained: Allan Rohan Crite, Spirituality and Black Activism. This is the third tour Daniel has given for UUUtica members and friends. Unchained brings together over 60 paintings, watercolors, … read more.
Reverend Karen has been a Unitarian Universalist minister since 1998. She has served as minister for congregations in Maine and New York State. She has most recently been located in the Hudson Valley area of New York serving as minister for the UU Congregation of Westchester … read more.
With the stone cistern restored, the next steps of the Peace Park project will include planting native wildflowers and grasses and including new stonework and a bench for people to sit on and enjoy the peace. UU Utica is glad to be a supporter of … read more.
On September 18, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Utica is hosting a workshop on racial justice titled “What Stands Between Us? Understanding Racism in America and the Mohawk Valley”. It will be held outside under a tent behind the church located at 10 Higby Road, … read more.