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October 4, 2020 

Restoring the Sacredː Onondaga Lake and the Onondaga Nation

Alma Lowry, Environmental Attorney and Lecturer in Environmental Studies at Hamilton College

Alma Lowry represents the Onondaga Nation in their long standing quest for the remediation and protection of Lake Onondaga which was designated a superfund site by the EPA in 1994. She will discuss the significance of this body of water to the Ononadaga people and how their quest to restore it continues.

October 11, 2020

Stories Call Us Forward

Rev. Erin Dajka Holley

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 so much from one another’s voices than we could ever imagine, bringing us closer, stronger, and with such depth.

October 18, 2020 

UU Utica will join another Unitarian Universalist congregation’s online worship service this Sunday. Congregation and link will be listed in a future church newsletter, on our Facebook page, and on www.uuutica.org.

October 25, 2020

Listen for Truth

Rev. Erin Dajka Holley

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.