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!

 

June 3rd at 11AM
Come Sunday
Rev. Mark Cutolo
Universalists may be small in numbers, but Universalist theology and ideas are alive and well in our culture. Using the new Netflix film “Come Sunday” as a point of departure, we’ll consider how historic Universalism is still relevant today, about what we do when our beliefs change, as well as thinking about why we continue to be involved in church even though we’re all “saved” whether or not we come here. A simple Unitarian Universalist service of bread and wine communion will be celebrated after worship.

June 6th at 7PM
Wednesday Evening Service
Rev. Schuyler Vogel, Senior Minister
An evening service to re-center ourselves during the week, connect more deeply with one another and deepen our spiritual exploration. We’ll explore a monthly spiritual theme together, sing and listen to music, hear reflections and readings, and share our joys and concerns of our lives. We hope you’ll join us.

June 10th at 11AM
How to Love a Dying World
Rev. Schuyler Vogel, Senior Minister
Our world is in trouble in myriad ways. It can get depressing if we think too deeply about the impacts of climate change, corruption, corporate greed, and systematic injustice. And yet, we have no choice but to inhabit this world and try and live lives of beauty and joy. How do we do it?

June 17th at 11AM
Why We’re More Fundamental than the Fundamentalists
Rev. Schuyler Vogel, Senior Minister
We hear a lot about how fundamentalism and evangelicalism shape our country these days, both culturally and politically. But how exactly did they come to exert such power over American life? What do they actually believe and what should we as Unitarian Universalists think?

June 24th at 11AM
Pride Sunday – “Defiantly Different”
Rev. Jill Bowden and Rev. Mark Cutolo
This year’s theme for NYC’s annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender pride celebration is “Defiantly Different”. Together we’ll celebrate our sexual diversity and think about what it would mean for us spiritually to be “defiantly different”.