Category: News

Here, Together: November 2019

Back when I was ordained to the Unitarian Universalist ministry, a large number of coworkers and friends who had no history with organized religion came to the ceremony.

I still remember my colleague in ministry, the Rev. Diane Rollert, addressing the crowd and saying, “I know … read more.

Prepping for the Christmas Season

We have many ways for you to get involved with our activities around the Christmas season.

We encourage those of you who are the hands-on type to help with decoration of the sanctuary in early December. Our lovely decorations can usually linger through the first Palmer … read more.

Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

The annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 24 at North Country Alliance  Church, located at 7 Northern Ave. in Plattsburgh. This service is sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Plattsburgh and Clinton County and is inclusive of all faith communities.  … read more.

Black Lives Matter and the UUFP

Our BLM Committee has been meeting for a little more than one year now. In that year, we planned a number of events to build relationships with students from SUNY Plattsburgh:

Two potlucks here at the fellowship, inviting students from campus so that we could get … read more.

Adirondack North Country Pride

Saturday, October 5 from noon – 4 p.m.

We will gather at Trinity Park in Plattsburgh, NY at noon. The parade/march starts at 12:45 and concludes back at the park.

Side by side, let’s promote love, acceptance, respect and unity.

This family-friendly event is intended to bring together … read more.

UUFP Rummage Sale at Elm St.


UUFP Rummage Sale at Elm St.

Friday, Sept. 13 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) and

Saturday, Sept. 14 (9 a.m. – 2 p.m.)

 

>>>>What to donate<<<<

Furniture, antiques, lamps, knickknacks & decorative items

Appliances and … read more.

Want to Volunteer? Check Out The Oasis Project

The Oasis Project is a community-based program of the Interfaith Council of Plattsburgh and Clinton County that provides educational, literacy and social support for homeless children. Volunteers work with children in this after-school program by providing access to learning resources, modeling good study habits, offering … read more.