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Sunday Services:

10 a.m. Aug 30:  "The Healing Value of Community Connections""

Patch Adams said, "we can never get a re-creation of community and heal our society without giving our citizens a sense of belonging.” During this service, members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh will share stories of meaningful community experiences. Worship Leader: Lindamarie Hill.

 

Looking Ahead:

10 a.m. Sept 6: Laboring on a Climate-Changing Earth

10 a.m. Sept 13: Water Communion

10 a.m. Sept 20: Our Seven Principles

10 a.m. Sept 27: Invitation to the Fire

News:

“UU Partnerships Innovate and Inspire”: September Sept. 26

The Council on Shared Ministry  (CoSM) and Sunday Services Committee (part of our Religious Life Cluster) are partnering to bring to the congregation a celebratory weekend. CoSM hosts a workshop on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Palmer Street. The workshop, titled “UU Partnerships Innovate and Inspire,” will be led by the Rev. Joan Van Becelaere, our primary contact from the St. Lawrence District and the regional lead. She is also a congregational life consultant for the Ohio-Meadville District. Join us to learn more about the cutting-edge movement of partnerships within the UUA denomination. The Canton, Albany and Saranac Lake congregations are fired up about entering into more conversations with us in the future. Bring a bag lunch to the Saturday workshop and be ready to engage.  Finally, on Sunday, Sept. 27, plan to stay after the Sunday service for a Shared Ministry congregational luncheon.

Mark off the dates and stay tuned for more details in September.

 

See our full  Calendar of Events.  

Our Plan for Growth

This September, we kick off our new Campaign for Growth, which focuses on two goals: making people feel welcome and increasing attendance at services and other congregational events. Read more in our September newsletter. Or view the entire plan here.

Congregational Survey Results

Read the report from a Council on Shared Ministry brainstorming session on our 2015 Congregational Survey (https://goo.gl/JjWSfO) or view the actual survey results (https://goo.gl/LBdGcl).