Since 1973, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh has been located at 4 Palmer St. in what was once an orthodox Jewish temple. Here, we honor and celebrate the beliefs of individuals around the world, through our services and the stained glass symbols in our windows, which include the original Star of David from when the building was a temple.
In recent years, our fellowship has purchased a Kansas Avenue property on what was once the Plattsburgh Air Force Base. Architects are currently helping us plan out a new worship, education and community space — one which will allow us to better fulfill our mission and our commitment to the inclusion of people of all ages, abilities, and mobilities.
Services are held at 10 a.m. Sundays. Child care is provided.
There is parking on one side of Palmer Street. Many of our members and guests park on Elm Street.
Our Google Maps link offers you door-to-door directions for driving, walking or biking.