Music is an important part of our worship services. It can speak to the soul deeply and powerfully, creating a time of beauty and reflection.

We generally frame worship services with an instrumental prelude and postlude and include two to three hymns, often drawn from “Singing the Living Tradition” and “Singing the Journey,” which involve the congregation in singing.

Choirs or soloists often perform an anthem (a piece with lyrics that complement the service’s theme) and an offertory (a piece performed while the congregation offers donations). Instrumental interludes can also accompany times of reflection or prayer.

Our Christmas Eve and Occasional choirs can be a fun and meaningful way for adults, youth, and children to get involved in the life of a congregation.

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh also hosts public concerts featuring a wide range of genres through its Palmer Street Coffeehouse.

Interested in sharing your musical talents? Contact us.