“The Larger Hope”

Sunday, September 6th at 11am
Rev. Mark Cutolo, Summer Minister

This year marks the 250th anniversary of Universalism’s arrival in our country. We’ll learn more about our tradition’s rich heritage and consider how it can give us hope for today.

The Rev. Mark Cutolo, LCSW serves the Fourth Universalist Society as an Affiliate Community Minister. A born-and-raised resident of the state of New York, and a Millennial, he has both a Master of Divinity and a Master of Social Work. Besides serving at Fourth Universalist Society, he works full-time as a psychotherapist at a local college counseling and wellness center, helping students to achieve improved mental well-being. Mark is passionate about liberal religion, especially the historic Universalist theology in which the Eternal, who is greater than all yet present in each, is so generous, that in the end, all are loved and saved.

 

“Homecoming Sunday”

Sunday, September 13th at 11am
Rev. Schuyler Vogel, Senior Minister

On Sunday, September 13th, our congregation will begin our year! We’ll be joined by our Senior Minister, fresh back from summer leave, start a new year in religious education, and celebrate our coming back together. Bring water for our annual Water Communion, along with a bowl or a small plant.

Rev. Schuyler Vogel serves as the Senior Minister of the Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York. He holds degrees in religion from Carleton College and Harvard Divinity School and has served as a pastor to congregations in Wisconsin and Illinois. Prior to becoming a minister, Rev. Schuyler led religious education programs in Ft. Lauderdale and Chicago with an emphasis on youth and young adult ministry and helped found the Sanctuary Boston, an emergent Unitarian Universalist community. Since joining Fourth Universalist in 2016, their ministry together has been featured in the New York Times, The Nation, WNYC/NPR, and Democracy Now!. Rev. Vogel is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.