"Healing Our Humanity"
"Covenant, Not Creed"
"What Does it mean
Jan 1 - Thomas
Trace The religious prophecy of Reverend William
Ellery Channing is as relevant in 2017 as it was in 1819: to
delight in the virtues of all Religions and Faiths, and
confront the evils of intolerance with justice, compassion,
Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.
Jan 8 - Rev. Jane Thickstun, First Unitarian Society of
Ithaca: “UU Faith”
What does it mean for a Unitarian Universalist to have
faith? Faith in what? What does it mean to talk
about Unitarian Universalism as a faith?
Jan 15-Malcolm Buffington will discuss his Near Death
Experience and how it impacted his life.
Jan 22 - Rev Eve Stevens "Exploring Prophecy"
Whether it's the prophets of the Hebrew Bible, science
fiction, or figures like James Baldwin or Al Gore we are
always in the presence of prophets. How do we make sense
of it all?
Jan 28th Saturday, 2-5 pm Special Event "A
Visit With Henry David Thoreau"
Step back in time to 1856. Henry David Thoreau,(portrayed
by Historian Richard Smith) will read from his essay
"Walking", a Transcendental and entertaining account of his
daily walks around 19th Century Concord., Massachusetts. After
the lecture Mr. Thoreau will take questions and discuss his
life and times.
Jan 29 - Rev Eve Stevens
"Walking with Thoreau"
UU congregations of the Mohawk Valley gather together to
explore the wisdom of the Transcendentalists with Henry David
Thoreau, portrayed by Richard Smith.
"A church where people with many different beliefs come
in faith & pursuit of social justice. ~ All are welcome!"
Learn more about
Unitarian Universalism here!
spiritual community, honor diversity, and advocate for social
Our church is
There is a safe place to explore
deeper meanings together and, we consider, with love, all
We find, with respect and open minds,
shared humanity amidst our differences
Through education, partnership, and
action, we empower the betterment of individuals, our
community, and the world.
- Treat each other with civility, dignity,
- Respect our individual ways of
identifying with spirituality
- Invite and welcome people with many views
into our free-thinking community
- Engage in meaningful spiritual
experiences in both large and small groups
- Form mutually beneficial partnerships
with our local community, churches, and the Interfaith
- Create a forum for discussion and
education about social justice issues
- Communicate available social justice
opportunities in our community
Blessings for the UUA's new building in Boston
See our church members at 1:49!