Our Services

Summer Services

This July we return to our shorter worship format — our services will be more informal, and designed around connections and conversation. Childcare will be available. Bring yourself, your family, your friends. Attend in person or on Zoom.


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Summer Worship

Summer Worship

This July we return to our shorter worship format — our services will be more informal, and designed around connections and conversation. Childcare will be available.

Join us for the four Sundays in July as well as Sunday, September 1 . . . in person or online!

Queer Youth Advocacy Retreat

Queer Youth Advocacy Retreat

Camp Unirondack will be hosting a a Queer Youth Advocacy Retreat this Fall.

This retreat will be a space for young LGBTQIA+ leaders, learners, advocates, activists, creatives, dreamers and explorers to come together and be ourselves.

New Statement of Shared UU Values Adopted

New Statement of Shared UU Values Adopted

Delegates decisively adopted a new statement of shared UU values, with 80 percent of voting delegates choose to adopt changes to Article II of the UUA bylaws.


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.


  • Democracy/UU the Vote
    We partner with Center for Common Ground and their Reclaim Our Vote team. Join us in this good work! Now we’re writing with the Team Unity GA coalition to registered Black voters in Georgia, where basic civil rights are threatened, to emphasize that their vote is consequential. We urge Early Voting to avoid overly long lines and other Election-Day hazards Black voters have experienced due to targeted voter suppression. To help voters understand a complex ballot, we endorse ActiVote, a secure platform from a small team devoted to democracy and voter privacy. ActiVote provides ballot and polling info, ranks candidates in relation to a voter’s surveyed views, verifies registration, voter ID, etc. This is a WRITE-HOLD-MAIL LATER campaign. We will be writing all summer and into the early fall! But we must hold all postcards until the mailing window: September 15-30. July pick-up dates are July 4-July 25. Let us know if you want to pick ...
  • UPDATE: Our Newcomer Sponsorship
    (7/23/24) The Plattsburgh Refugee Organization (PRO), a program of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh’s immigration squad, has wonderful news to share with you. We have been matched with a family from Somalia, including a boy of high school age and a girl of middle school age. We’re sure we will all give them a warm welcome. We can expect them at any time within a four-month time frame. Plattsburgh Refugee Organization is certified by Welcome Corps and is also mentored by IRIS (Integrated Refugee and Immigration Services). The philosophy of these organizations is to offer support so that the family can integrate into Plattsburgh and gain independence as soon as possible. These Newcomers have been screened by the US Department of State and Homeland Security and have a pathway to citizenship. What can you do to help? If you know of employment opportunities, housing options, or have household goods/ furniture to donate, please let ...
  • Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Facilitators Training
    Join the Healing. Support Our Community. Wed., July 17, SUNY Angell College Center, Meeting Room 2 Through shared lived experience, relationship building, narrative change, deep listening. Learn how to co-facilitate circles in this two-part training series. 10-11 a.m. TRHT General Overview, Purpose, Goals, Group Agreements, and Process 11 a.m.-noon Building Prompts and Practicing Circles All are welcome. Register now SUNY Plattsburgh’s Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center Executive Director: David Duprey Or email: dupr6217@plattsburgh.edu Contact love@uuplattsburgh.org about parking!
  • Congregation Votes to Sponsor a Refugee Family
    On April 14, the congregation voted to sponsor a refugee family through Welcome.Corps. Our plan is to sponsor a family of four, including children. In order to raise sufficient funds to assist a family’s resettlement, we are applying for grant money to cover the cost of sponsorship. We welcome donations from our community. We also will be accepting in-kind donations like furniture, kitchen supplies, car seats, and linens. For more information about making either type of donation or becoming involved in other ways, contact Ursula (ursulajones9@gmail.com) or Connie (shemoconnie@gmail.com). Thank you for your anticipated support!
  • 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!  
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Summer in Fellowship

Summer in Fellowship

Summer in Fellowship
Social Gatherings

We’re looking forward to seeing you at a variety of summer social gatherings!


  • Sunday Service - Join Online or In-Person

    07/28/2024 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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