Our Services

Flower Communion

Our annual, intergenerational service. If you would like, bring a flower or two to share.

News

  • Congregation Votes to Hire New Minister May 22, 2017

    Photo of Rev. GuerrierAfter a nearly unanimous vote of approval by the congregation, the board has extended an offer of a one-year, half-time position to the Rev. Nicoline Guerrier, with an extension to be considered at the end of this period.

    Rev. Guerrier says she is excited to ...

  • Update on Our New Home April 29, 2017

    We are continuing to explore the option of St. Joseph’s Church property on Military Turnpike just south of Rugar Street. The UUFP Board and other fellowship members who responded to the announcement at last Sunday Service toured the property Monday and Tuesday, March 20 and 21. The ...

  • The Fellowship Stands on the Side of Love February 12, 2017
    Religious Activism: Political, Not Partisan

    A very passionate group of members and friends have met recently after two Sunday morning services to explore religious activism. We have formed a subcommittee of our Social Justice Committee and we invite you to join us. We are the SSL Planning Group.

    Our public Facebook page promotes love and compassion ...

  • The UUA Offers Common Read: ‘The Third Reconstruction’ January 14, 2017

    “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,” writes the UUA. “… The Third Reconstruction offers helpful, practical guidance for engaging with justice movements born in ...

  • Help Make Our Warmth and Hospitality Differentiators August 29, 2016

    Our fellowship specializes in community. But can we go deeper? Can we better connect and truly welcome all?  This year the Membership Cluster is on a mission to make our friendliness so deep it differentiates us among churches. Want to help?

    We need greeters, coffee hosts, ambassadors and people who are willing to go out of ...

  • Become a Commissioned Lay Leader July 29, 2016

    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, ...

Quotes from Members

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

A nice community for my child to grow up in.

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

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

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

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