"Our Discomfort with Prophets"
January 22, 2017
"Covenant, Not Creed"
September 18, 2016
"What Does it mean
August 14, 2016
March 19 - Rev.
Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.
Having faith or keeping hope is like taking a risk with
your heart. What if you are disappointed or feel foolish? What
if you're wrong? It's easy to be cynical, why not take a risk,
and look for hope in impossible times?
Yasmeen Farran -Volunteering at the
Center for Refugees
After graduating from the University of Michigan in 2016,
Yasmeen came to Utica to volunteer at MVRCR. She is now the
Refugee Americorps member at the Center. She coordinates
volunteers to provide language support, cultural orientation,
enhanced cultural orientation, and mentors for clients.
Apr 2 - Minister Emeritus Timothy Hume
-A 57 Year Ministry:
What I've Learned
Rev. Tim began his ministry 57 years ago as an
Assistant Youth Minister in a large Illinois church.
Still active, he will share what he has learned that relates
to all of us.
April 9 - Rev Eve
We speak of transformation in a positive way, but the times in
our lives when we face big changes are often terrifying and
disorienting. Where do we find the courage to embrace the
uncertain and the loss of the way things used to be? How do we
commit to the painful and exhilarating experience of
transformation without losing ourselves?
April 16 - Rev Eve
Join us for a service of renewal and rebirth. Followed by an
Easter Egg Hunt for children! Whatever faiths you have known,
we welcome you to celebrate with us.
"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!