Our Services


Luis Sierra asks, “What do we do when we are asked to respect someone or a situation we find reprehensible? What if we find it way too challenging to respect the entire web of life?”


  • Family Ministry and Children’s Religious Education January 14, 2017

    Jan. 1: Child Care will be provided but there will not be formal religious education programming.

    Jan. 8 – 29: Regular religious education programming for the new year begins on Jan. 8 and will continue each Sunday through the end of the month. Child care will be provided every Sunday for infants and children through age ...

  • Town Hall Congregational Meeting Jan. 15 After Service January 14, 2017

    All members and friends are invited to attend the Town Hall Congregational meeting on Jan. 15. It will be a participatory meeting and the focus will be on exploring our values and directions they take us. Please plan to attend.

  • Unitarian Universalist Association Common Read: ‘The Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement is Overcoming the Politics of Division and Hate’ January 14, 2017

    The UUA writes: “The Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement is Overcoming the Politics of Division and Hate” by The Rev. Dr. William Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (Beacon, 2016), has been chosen as the 2016-17 Unitarian Universalist Common Read. . . . The Third Reconstruction offers helpful, practical guidance for engaging with justice movements ...

  • 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 ...

What the Fellowship Means to Members and Friends

A religious/spiritual home. A place where one can explore and be comfortable with others who are seeking their path.

There is always something to think about for the week ahead regarding various ideas and points of view. I have rarely been disappointed.

It provides me with spiritual and intellectual stimulation, and I always leave with something to think about. I think the members of this fellowship strive to create a welcoming, inclusive organization.

I look to the fellowship as an opportunity to grow spiritually and to grow in community relationships.

Supportive community; personal enrichment; serves as a reminder to myself of personal goals for behavior and actions.

Kind and friendly people who are comfortable with and value many different perspectives; a place of peace and togetherness.

It is a time to meet others, like myself, learn something new, and reflect upon my own thoughts.

It is a community that helps keep me bonded to Plattsburgh.

A place to give and receive; come as you are; explore the big ideas; and recharge batteries.

A nice community for my child to grow up in.


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