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A Family-friendly Service: Music as Prayer

Yes, family friendly and prayer may sound incompatible! Read on . . .

The Rev. Erika Hewitt writes, “Prayer is a way to connect and reconnect to ourselves and to that which is life-giving; the mechanics don’t matter as much as the intention . . … read more.

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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.

News

  • Black History Month: ‘A Life After the Underground Railroad: The Untold Story of Rev. Robert Brown’
    Wednesday, Feb. 28 noon-1:30 p.m. In person in the Cardinal Lounge, Angell College Center Rugar St., SUNY Plattsburgh ***OR By Zoom** As part of SUNY Plattsburgh’s monthlong celebration of Black History Month, join us for a speaker presentation by historian and UU Fellowship member Don Papson. He will speak from noon-1 p.m. on the topic of “A Life After the Underground Railroad: The Untold Story of Rev. Robert Brown.” Don Papson writes, “Rev. Brown self-emancipated himself from slavery in the United States. He lived in Toronto before moving to Montreal, where he served his community for over 30 years. Please share the link and join  us in this celebration of  ‘A Life After the Underground Railroad.'” UU Fellowship member Don Papson is a co-founder of North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association and  North Star Underground Railroad Museum and co-author of Secret Lives of the Underground Railroad in New York City: Sydney Howard Gay, Lewis Napoleon and the Record of ...
  • Democracy/UU the Vote
    We partner with Center for Common Ground and Reclaim Our Vote. Join us in this good work! First up on Feb. 23, ROV will be writing to voters in Georgia for the primary on May 21. (Our ROV team in NY State asks us to mail Georgia cards between May 1-6.) Starting on Mar. 1, ROV will write to voters in Virginia for their primary on June 18. (Virginia cards mailed between May 7-21). Our Democracy/UU the Vote squad is preparing Georgia packets for you. We provide: 30 ROV postcards30 voter names-addressesA voter script30 pre-printed Avery labels30 stampsGuidelines for Postcard Writers. If you’d like to help us defray costs, consider donating the cost of the stamps (now $16 for 30 postcards). Sample post card for Georgia Primary (general/non-partisan) You provide:Colored markers and the spirit to mobilize voters of color! We send out regular emails to folks who have participated in the past and then folks hop ...
  • 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 
  • Black History Month: Book Discussion with ‘Teaching Kitchen’ Demo
    Tuesday, Feb. 20, from 4-6 p.m. Clinton Dining Hall Rugar St., SUNY Plattsburgh campus As part of BLACK HISTORY MONTH, you are invited to attend a book discussion of “The Souls of Black Folks” (W.E.B Du Bois). Advance review of the book is encouraged, but not required. Teaching Kitchen Demo will be facilitated by the Cooking Club. Presented by the Department of Human Development and Family Relations in partnership with Chartwells, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and the SUNY Plattsburgh Cooking Club.
  • We’re Hiring: Digital Outreach Specialist
    Hiring: Digital Outreach Specialist Hours of work: Part-time, approximately 8 hours per week. Preference will be given to applicants who reside locally. Compensation: $22 per hour, payable bi-weekly. Overview: The Digital Outreach Specialist will play a key role in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh’s communications and outreach, by managing its communications via social media, weekly e-news briefs, and the congregation’s website. The Digital Outreach Specialist, in collaboration with congregational leaders, will develop and disseminate content in a way that invites participation by people new to Unitarian Universalism, celebrates UU values, and amplifies the vision of a world dedicated and committed to anti-racism, social justice, and radical welcome. Preference in hiring will be given to non-members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh. Responsibilities: ● In collaboration with Staff and the Communications Team, manage and create content for website, e-messaging, and social media platforms ● Monitor website to ensure content is current, timely, and engaging ● Monitor online discussions ...
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Sustainable Saturdays!

Sustainable Saturdays!

Check out the monthly series at Point Au Roche State Park Nature Center. A new series for you! Read more.

Calendar

03/01/2024
  • Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Circles

    03/01/2024 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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  • music rehearsal

    03/01/2024 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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03/03/2024
  • Sunday Service - Join Online or In-Person

    03/03/2024 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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  • Fellowship Rental - Feldenkrais Workshop

    03/03/2024 @ 1:00 pm - 4:45 pm
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03/05/2024
03/06/2024