Ever wondered how we choose our topics for Sunday mornings? Unlike most religious movements, we Unitarian Universalists aren’t restricted to a single source of wisdom, like the Christian Bible, or the Koran. We also don’t follow a lectionary — a prescribed calendar of texts that … read more.
Author: UUFP Office
Several of us said yes! to the Young Adult Group’s invitation last month, and met at a local theater to watch the film “Just Mercy.”
“Just Mercy” brings to life the work of acclaimed public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson. Along with Equal Justice Initiative, the organization … read more.
Feb. 2, 2020
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh
4 Palmer St.
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Kick-off at 6:30 p.m.
Come for the commercials. Stay for the game.
Bring football food to share.
Adults and children of all ages are welcome.
The Super Bowl Teams are decided–The Kansas City Chiefs … read more.
This past week: A Movie, Dessert and Discussion A compelling film. A gathering to connect. Dessert and chat.
Next on tap! THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Jan. 22, Dinner with SUNY International Students
5:15 Dinner with new international students, orientation leaders and staff. Meal provided by UUFP … read more.
Fraudsters have been targeting members of religious communities, pretending to be the minister and seeking financial gifts and especially purchases of gift cards.
Please note that Rev. Nicoline and the UUFP will never ask you to buy gift cards by email. Should you receive such a … read more.
Fellowship? Church? Congregation? “The UU”? What’s your word for Plattsburgh’s Unitarian Universalist community?
Part of what distinguishes our worldwide movement of over 1,000 congregations, is the wide variety of names we choose for expressing our particular, local identities. Ever heard of the Church of the Divine … read more.
In the wake of our recent, successful pledge campaign, we at the UUFP are looking to develop our skills in asset management while we plan for a bright and purposeful future. Will you help this dream come alive?
If so, please join us for a free, … read more.
As many of you know, Kris Lutters, longtime Director of all things “children, families, and youth,” announced her intention to retire late this past fall. During a rousing Mitten Tree Sunday service this past December, Kris shared memories from her long tenure in this role. … read more.
Together, let us bring to life our congregational theme this year: “In a time of brokenness, an invitation to connect.”
Together let us co-create Invitations to Connect: Fellowship events for exploration and fun.
Shared responsibility for planning.
No onerous burden.
No striving for perfectionism or fear of failure.
We try … read more.
Youth Group members meet up during the service on Sunday, Jan. 5. The major topic? Planning for this spring. Questions or concerns? Contact Michelle Ouellette at firstname.lastname@example.org.