Speaker: Rev. Erin Dajka Holley

Gratitudes and Goodbyes

There are few more difficult things than leaving beloveds, but it is above all a time for gratitude. Help us say good-bye well through your participation in Rev. Erin’s final online service with UU Utica.

This service is on YouTube.

The Hard Work of Healing

Too often, healing is taken for granted. A cut will heal on its own. Heartbreak will lessen over time. But, does it? How can we engage the work of healing ourselves, our relationships, our community?

This service is on YouTube.

In The Afterwards

It is impossible to know what will have happened in the week before this service. Our service will create a space for whatever has happened, to hold emotions in sacred space, to wonder into the future, and to ground ourselves in the Love that is … read more.

Listen for Truth

The fourth principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association is “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” The basis of the search is in listening, to our own hearts, to others, and for the meaning that surrounds us.

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Stories Call Us Forward

We work toward building Beloved Community and practice radical inclusion, we must open our hearts to the stories around us. On this National Coming Out Day, let us listen to the stories from LGBTQ+ members of our congregation and UUs. Each of us may learn … read more.

Promise Again, and Again

All of us have made promises and vows, to ourselves, to our families, our spouses, our friends, even our faith. Those promises sometimes lose their strength within us. This morning, let us remember our promises, and let us renew them.

This service is on YouTube.

Fill Your Soul

In normal times, we would welcome you back from summer through our water ritual. This year, we will use water imagery for online worship, inviting you to refill your soul with its healing powers. Like the rain, let the waters of this service bring you … read more.

Principled Faith

Unitarian Universalism has no creed, no set of beliefs that we share. We are connected by our Principles and Purposes. This Sunday, let’s get a 30,000 ft view of these seven statements. In the coming year, we’ll consider each in depth, as well as the … read more.

Home with Hosea

Hosea Ballou (1771-1852) was a Universalist minister and theologian who was highly influential in the development of American Universalism. What might we learn from him that can inform our faith and lives today? 

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Spiritual, Not Political

Join us to explore the ways in which political and activist action are based in Unitarian Universalist theology and spirituality.

10:30AM, Sunday, June 21, 2020 “Lighting Your Internal Fire” UUUtica Worship Committee
Join together on this summer solstice, the longest day of the year, to think about what lights … read more.