Upcoming Services

Sunday, March 25, 10:30 A.M.
– Hudson Mohawk Combined Service

Singing Our Faith To Life
10:30 at Doane Stuart School, 199 Washington Ave., Albany, NY.
Exploring what singing together can teach us about being together. Join in a multigenerational celebration of our faith, through music and sound and word and movement. Childcare will be available for the youngest of us, along with a wiggle area in the chapel.
Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout,  featured speaker/liturgist (Music Director at UU Ann Arbor)

Evening Renewal: Sunday, March 25 at 5 PM

‘Yoga Qi Gong” with Al Wolfer
Our Evening Renewal will feature a special guest- Al Wolfer from Rise Movement Arts in Saratoga. Al is an instructor for Rise Movement Arts, teaching a class called, “Relax and Reboot.” These classes use the energy work of QI Gong with yogic breathing to enhance one’s ability to control stress response systems.  During our Evening Reflection, Al will share some background about ‘Qi Gong’ and his experience with it. He will then lead us through some ‘Qi Gong’ and yogic movements. Most of our movements will be while standing or seated. If you have a seat cushion, please bring it, but this is not necessary. Comfortable clothing is recommended that allows for easy movement.

We will gather in our sanctuary at 5 P.M. on Sunday. We look forward to seeing you.

Questions? Contact Betty Hurley at revbettyhurley@gmail.com or 518-577-5970


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Discussion Groups – groups organized around a program of study. These groups are led by the Minister or by trained lay leaders and occur throughout the year. They are an excellent way to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and issues affecting today’s world through shared materials and group discussions.

Learning About UU – a two-session class held twice each year that explores the history and meaning of Unitarian Universalism, the seven Principles which guide our religious path, the sources upon which our faith is built, and what membership in UUCSS offers and expects. It’s also a time to ask questions, look at your life’s religious journey, and to share stories of your journey. Participants often learn that others are making a similar journey, and some form friendships that last a lifetime.

Small Groups – are sometimes called Small Group Ministries and are composed of 6 to 8 people who want to share their spiritual journeys on a personal level. Small Groups offer a forum for personal discovery. Contact Rev. Joe at minister@uusaratoga.org.

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