Hoping to learn more about the UUFP and Unitarian Universalism? Hoping to meet the minister or build connections with members of this faith community? Consider attending our Inquirers conversation series, held online from 12-1 p.m. on the second Sunday of every month through June. You can join … read more.
The fellowship shares half of undesignated donations received following our Sunday services with a community organization or charity that does work consistent with our UU values and mission, organizations involved in promoting community services and social justice. In the past, this has always been an … read more.
“Cooking is love made visible.” –– Anonymous
If cooking is love made visible, we have an opportunity for you to be “seen” and to share your love through the submission of a favorite recipe to our custom cookbook. This cookbook will be professionally published by Morris … read more.
Reflections by Rev. Nicoline
January 27, 2021
What a month we have just come through!
The day after the Jan. 6 insurrection, many of us gathered virtually at the fellowship. We lit candles for the values we were struggling to center in our lives. We shared painful emotions … read more.
Interested in enrolling your children in our online religious education programming?
Registration is now open: https://bit.ly/REregistration2020. Students will work with Lori Walters-Kramer, a veteran of our program who is serving as an RE consultant for us this summer. Lori has a history of offering rich … read more.
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With many predicting that lasting societal changes will occur in the aftermath of the global pandemic, members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh want to take time to explore — with others — lessons that could be learned from the crisis.
To facilitate this exploration, … read more.
As the situation with Zoom changes, we want to keep you informed.
As you may have heard, Zoom sessions have come under attack by individuals wanting to wreak havoc.
As a result, the company has made some changes that will impact our members.We have discovered that we … read more.
Faith Examined has resumed its regular meetings, moving them online.
The group is reading “A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-first Century” by John A. Buehrens and Rebecca Ann Parker.
Meetings will be every other Monday at 10:30 a.m. starting Monday, March … read more.
Because of health concerns caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the fellowship has canceled all in-person gatherings — so we’re taking our Sunday services online, at a new time, 10:30 a.m. — and hosting weekly virtual gatherings on Wednesdays.
We’ll resume our Sunday … read more.