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Grow Through What You Go Through

In our world (literally and figuratively), the experience of all four seasons is necessary. Without winter, there is no spring. Without darkness, there is no light.

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

We are committed to the hard work of dismantling white supremacy and fostering social justice in ourselves, our fellowship, our community and our world. Click here to learn more.


  • Democracy/UU the Vote
    We’re now pivoting to the Virginia Primary. We will mail VA cards between May 7-21. (Note different dates on the sample below. Our team has our own designated mailing window!) We’re writing to alert registered BIPOC/community of color voters in Congressional Districts 1, 2, 5, 7 and 10, where there are hotly-contested, open U.S. House seats in this crucial primary. Our past work in these districts has increased turnout so much that historic numbers of candidates are now willing to run! We partner with Center for Common Ground and Reclaim Our Vote. Join us in this good work! Our team has already written to voters in Georgia for their primary on May 21. Join us to write to Virginia. In your packet we provide: 30 ROV postcards.30 voter names-addresses.A voter script.30 pre-printed Avery labels.30 stamps.Guidelines for Postcard Writers. If you’d like to help us defray costs, consider donating the cost of the stamps ...
  • April 14 — Congregational Vote on Sponsorship of Refugee Family
    The UU Fellowship Board of Trustees continues to explore congregational sponsorship of a refugee family. After studying the protocols of a refugee sponsorship initiative called Welcome.Corps, we have decided to work through Welcome.Corps. We have received positive feedback from many in the congregation, and we encourage anyone wanting to become involved with the process to tell us. We will hold a congregational vote on Sunday, April 14, immediately following our worship service, when we will decide whether to move forward with sponsoring a refugee family. If you are interested in hearing more, please contact Ursula Jones at ursulajones9@gmail.com or Connie Shemo at shemoconnie@gmail.com for more information.
  • Call for Delegates at This Year’s Virtual UUA General Assembly
    General Assembly (GA), the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists, will be an all-virtual event this year; and the fellowship is looking for two delegates to represent us at the GA Business Meetings. You can be a delegate in one of two ways: Attend just the business meetings, and vote in ways that will represent the congregation; OR Attend programming of your choice (daily worship, the prestigious Ware Lecture, stimulating workshops in many subject areas) as well as the business meetings, and vote in ways that will represent the congregation. The congregation has funds set aside to cover GA registration fees for delegates.Business meetings run from approximately 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. on June 20-22, with a shorter session on June 23. To serve as delegate, you must be: an active fellowship member; moderately available for online sessions from June 20-23; available for the majority of the four business meetings, and feel comfortable participating online; able to represent the fellowship (i.e., not simply ...
  • Considering Membership?
    Ready to enter the next stage of your journey with Unitarian Universalism? Wondering what it means to formally join as a member? If so, please come to our membership information session, Sunday, April 7, in person at 4 Palmer St. from 12:15-1:15 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Considering membership but can’t make the April 7 gathering? Either way, contact Rev. Nicoline by April 5: minister@uuplattsburgh.org or 518-565-6708. We hope you’ll consider joining us this year!  
  • Making Amends in Our Communities …
    March 11 and 25, 7-8:30 p.m. The dynamic conversation we began last fall, spurred by the UU Common Read for 2023-2024, “On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World,” continues in March with Workshop #2. Please join us as we turn our attention to how to initiate repair, when the harm doer is an organization — like our workplace, or our faith community. **Register and find out more** Where? Join the conversation from home, using our online option, or meet in person at 4 Palmer St. Why? Integrity. Living our values. Accountability. Whatever you call it, our communities sometimes fall short. But the good news is, with practice and coaching, we can learn to make amends and do better. Can I just show up? Knowing how many to expect will help us plan better. **Register and find out more ** Facilitators: Rev. Nicoline Guerrier and Nancy Lewin, Commissioned Lay Minister 
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Camp Unirondack

Camp Unirondack

Inclusivity and Intentional Community

Learn about the ways that inclusivity and intentional community are more than just buzzwords in our summer. **Learn more here** and at


  • Sunday Service - Join Online or In-Person

    04/28/2024 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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