In the words of our members and friends, what the fellowship means to them:
There is always something to think about for the week ahead regarding various ideas and points of view. I have rarely been disappointed.
A spiritual home, a sense of community, a place of involvement and action.
It is my spiritual home and more!
It is “enlarging” for me to hear a diversity of thoughts away from the traditional “Christian” line of thought. Your understanding of community allows you to step up to offer hospitality to another church in a time of need.
A diverse caring group of people; great Sunday services, which are fun and bring warmth to our hearts and minds. Plenty of additional programs of all kinds of various interests. The Coffeehouse music is superb!!!
People who are supportive, empathetic at all times, and yet a place I can express how i feel spiritually safely without fear of reprisals.
It is my spiritual home ,extended family, and the place for weekly “centering.”
My kids get religious education, and we hear good speakers and talk with others afterwards.
A religious/spiritual home. A place where one can explore and be comfortable with others who are seeking their path.
I look to the fellowship as an opportunity to grow spiritually and to grow in community relationships.
It provides me with spiritual and intellectual stimulation, and I always leave with something to think about. I think the members of this fellowship strive to create a welcoming, inclusive organization.
It’s a gathering of people with whom I share common values and lots of laughs.
A nice community for my child to grow up in.
A place to give and receive; come as you are; explore the big ideas; and recharge batteries.
It is a community that helps keep me bonded to Plattsburgh.
It is a time to meet others, like myself, learn something new, and reflect upon my own thoughts.
Kind and friendly people who are comfortable with and value many different perspectives; a place of peace and togetherness.
Supportive community; personal enrichment; serves as a reminder to myself of personal goals for behavior and actions.