You are warmly invited to join us each week for Sunday morning services beginning at 11AM. Childcare is provided along with religious education for children and youth ages 0-18. Hope to see you there!

September 1st  at 11AM
Our roots/Nuestras raíces
Rev. Mark Cutolo
The history of our country is usually explained in a way which emphasizes the British colonization of North America and our subsequent independence from the United Kingdom; our own Unitarian Universalist history is also usually explained along these lines, with an emphasis on the development of liberal religion in relation to people and events in New England. In today’s service we’ll explore and learn more about Unitarian Universalism’s Hispanic heritage, celebrating those figures from Spanish-speaking contexts whose stories are less well known.

September 8th at 11AM
Homecoming Sunday
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
Join us for our annual Homecoming Sunday! We’ll welcome back our Senior Minister, reflect on what home means to us, celebrate with a family-friendly picnic after the service, and celebrate Water Communion. As is tradition, we invite you to bring water from somewhere important to you, whether from the Hudson River, your own home faucet, or someplace you’ve recently traveled. We hope to see you there!

September 15th at 11AM
Why Atheists Go to Church
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
Unitarian Universalist congregations are unusual places, filled with people who believe different things and yet are all part of one community. Today we’ll explore what value religious community like ours have for those who don’t believe in God, or who don’t even consider themselves religious.

September 22nd at 11AM

Camps, Truth, and Why Words Matter
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
Over the summer, a debate began in our country about what to call the facilities along our southern border. To some, they are merely detention centers, to others, concentration camps. We’ll explore why this conversation matters, why the words we use matter, and how we as people of conscience can learn the closest thing to truth.

September 29th at 11AM
Starting Again in Fits and Starts
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, we will explore what it means to start again. We’ll explore why new beginnings are so appealing, but also why they can be so hard. We’ll talk hope and courage, liberation and fear, what we can’t change and what we can always change.