Unitarian Universalist ministers helping to drive the 2020 election strategy in collaboration with the Poor People’s Campaign will discuss recent developments and next steps in an online debriefing set for Tuesday, July 30, at 8 p.m. EDT. At least 70 UU clergy and lay people are participating in the effort, which includes a major voter registration effort. Among those leading the session will be the Rev. Robin Tanner, national faith director of the Poor People’s Campaign, and Pablo DeJesus, executive director of Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice. Register Here
Mark Sunday, September 29 for another "riveting, edge-of-your-seat discussion of our new ways of moving onward together," says Governance Task Force Chair Richard Wilkinson.
This is a congregation-wide invitation to spend a few hours to share your best memories, most beloved programs and activities, and your aspirational hopes.
Our Coffee Chats have been a great avenue for keeping folks in touch and up to date, as our goal of transparency and openness is intended to insure trust in leadership.
The next 'Learning About UU' class has been scheduled. The class will be held on Tuesday, October 22, from 7 to 9 P.M.
"As We Age: Where To Live And How To Pay For It" Presentation to be held in Albany on Wednesday, Sept. 25. Anyone want to carpool?
Join Grant Cottage operations manager Ben Kemp for a special program Sept. 21 that will celebrate Ulysses S. Grant as both a warrior and a man of peace.