‘Into the Woods’
Speaker: Doug Rubio of the Canton-Potsdam Unitarian Universalist congregation. Children’s programming: Games, Games, Games!! Sara McCarty, Sara Arnold and Tina Welch will lead children and youth in cooperative and adventure based games.
- Fall 2016 Congregational Meeting to Be Held Oct. 16 September 24, 2016
Please plan to attend our fall congregational meeting on Oct. 16, after the service and coffee. Hearty snacks and child care will be provided. We need a quorum present to vote for our fellowship to become a Welcoming Congregation by the UUA. This will be followed by a discussion, facilitated by ...
- Pathway to Membership Classes to Be Offered September 24, 2016
Perhaps you have been attending services, thinking that this fellowship is a good match for you — that you have found your spiritual home.
To become a member of UUFP, you must complete the “Pathway to Membership” classes. The “Pathway” classes allow you to learn about Unitarian Universalism and our fellowship. These classes will be held ...
- Fellowship Introduces Author’s Theater September 24, 2016
The Adult Education Group at Fellowship is putting together a series called, “Author’s Theater.” On Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m., Ingeborg Sapp will kick off this series by reading from her book, “Living under 4 Flags.” This book is her chronicle of growing up under Nazi rule, living through WWII, ...
- UUFP Welcomes New Director of Religious Education August 29, 2016
The UUFP has welcomed a new director of religious education! Sophie Ward began her journey with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh as an infant and graduated from the religious education programs as an adolescent. This lifelong participant has volunteered with the RE program in the
This lifelong participant has volunteered with the RE program in the ...
- UUFP Celebrates 60th Anniversary August 29, 2016
Did you know that our fellowship was established 60 years ago? We will celebrate UUFP’s 60th anniversary, Sunday, Oct. 23. Watch for more information next month.
- Rainbow Flag and Welcoming Congregation Application Conversations August 29, 2016
As our website states, “The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh welcomes and seeks to celebrate and support the lives, relationships and contributions of its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual members and friends. We affirm and include people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer at every level of congregational life — in worship, ...
What the Fellowship Means to Members and Friends
It's a gathering of people with whom I share common values and lots of laughs.
It is my spiritual home and more!
It is "enlarging" for me to hear a diversity of thoughts away from the traditional "Christian" line of thought. Your understanding of community allows you to step up to offer hospitality to another church in a time of need.
A diverse caring group of people; great Sunday services, which are fun and bring warmth to our hearts and minds. Plenty of additional programs of all kinds of various interests. The Coffeehouse music is superb!!!
People who are supportive, empathetic at all times, and yet a place I can express how i feel spiritually safely without fear of reprisals.
It is my spiritual home ,extended family, and the place for weekly "centering."
My kids get religious education, and we hear good speakers and talk with others afterwards.
A spiritual home, a sense of community, a place of involvement and action.
September 28, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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