Our Services

Rev. Christina Sillari Speaks on Hospitality

Rev. Sillari of First Parish Unitarian Universalist, Portland, ME, is a mystic seeking priestess with masters degrees in divinity, and psychology and mind-body. Influenced by 30 years of practice in meditation, yoga and shamanism,  she loves bringing people together in circles of transformation.


  • Become a Commissioned Lay Leader

    The Commissioned Lay Leader Program is a course of study offered thru the district to lay persons who have already demonstrated a high level of leadership in their congregation, earned the respect of fellow congregants, and want to expand their understanding and improve their skills.

    Typical areas of focus include worship, pastoral care, adult religious education, ...

  • Community Meal

    Once a month, UUFP hosts the Community Meal at Trinity Episcopal Church in Plattsburgh. This month the meal is on Wednesday, Aug. 17.

    UUFP purchases the ingredients for that meal and then prepares and serves the meal. This is a wonderful service that UUFP provides that makes a direct impact on ...

  • UUFP Board Adopts Covenants

    The members of the Board at their July meeting agreed that their discussions this year would be governed by the following covenants:*

    • We promise to demonstrate our leadership and commitment to our fellowship by our example.
    • We promise to support the Council on Shared Ministry and our staff so that their efforts can be most productive.
    • We promise ...
    • Planning for Our New Home

      The Kansas Avenue Project Working Group met with GBA (our architect firm) to review the design plan for our new building.

      In our very productive meeting, we discussed not only the design from an aesthetic viewpoint, but also how the building would be used in our congregational life — children’s access to bathrooms during worship ...

    • UUFP Social Action:  Focus on Climate Change

      The Social Action Committee has focused on Climate Change and its damaging effects on people — especially the poorest of us.

      This summer — every Tuesday from July 5 to Aug. 23 — we invite you to join us for a “walking conversation” on the issues that are affecting peoples of the world and, more importantly, ...

    • Commit2Respond

      We are facing a climate crisis. Commit2Respond is a coalition of Unitarian Universalists and other people of faith and conscience working for climate justice.

      Unitarian Universalists have been on the frontlines of environmental justice for decades. United in collective action and connected through partnership, we will change the world.  We are diverse in spiritual belief, yet ...

    • Friends Inviting Friends

      Many of our members came to the fellowship because they were invited by a friend. Continue that tradition.

      Feel free to use the postcards in the rack at the back of the sanctuary and hand them out to others you think might benefit from attending. You will find two types of postcards: invitations to our children’s ...

    • Campaign for Growth Part I Exceeds Expectations

      The results of last year’s congregational survey and Winter Warming Groups strongly confirmed what many of us felt in our hearts.

      We come to the fellowship and stay for many reasons: UU values, children’s religious education, stimulating thoughts, spiritual quests. But behind these all is a biggie: Fellowship. Community. Friendship. Companionship.

      There are many ways to put ...

    • Leadership Development: UUA General Assembly

      The UUA General Assembly will be held in Columbus, OH, on June 22-26.

      The Leadership Development Committee is looking for one more person to register as a delegate, and we have funds in the budget to support that. Ursula Jones will be the other delegate. Others are going as non-delegates, as well. If you are interested, ...

    • CoSM Notes: Wordsmithing and Inspiration

      CoSM is pleased to have wrapped up months of work on a revised mission statement for the congregation. In May, we forwarded our recommendation to the board for its consideration. We are also nearing completion of an update to the bylaw appendix that includes committee descriptions. Our revision will bring the congregation’s organizational structure up ...

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!

Extended family.

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.

Stimulating conversation.

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.


August 27, 2016
August 28, 2016
  • Sunday Service: Hospitality

    August 28, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 11:15 am
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  • Family Ministry Meeting at Ausable Point

    August 28, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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August 29, 2016
  • Forget-Me-Nots Brown Bag Lunch

    August 29, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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  • Rental: Cello Lessons

    August 29, 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 8:45 pm
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August 30, 2016
September 1, 2016
  • First Thursday UU Ladies Luncheon--Himalaya

    September 1, 2016 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
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