The benefit concert offered Sunday by Judith Thomas, our music director and solo concert pianist, and Lucy Manning, a retired violin and orcestra professor who continues to teach violin, raised $400 and delighted the 40 who attended with a program of exciting and emotional music by Bach, Brahams, Kreisler, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and St. Seans. “I am no music critic, but judging from the clapping, the swaying bodies, the happy faces, and the ear-to-ear grins, I would say the program was a smashing success,” says Bev Lawson, Stewardship Committee Chair.
It's critical that an emergency funding package in development in Congress require humanitarian standards for children in federal custody.
Plans are in the works for an October 26 workshop at the UU Congregation of Schenectady.
A Unitarian Universalist since 1971, folk singer Dan Berggren believes God is a 'verb, not a noun.'
This class is constructed to deal with anxiety in all its forms. Sessions start at 12:10 PM in order to give working people the possibility of coming for part of a lunch hour.
Call for Volunteers
Call for Volunteers! The Social Justice Committee would like to hold an Income Inequality Conference at the meetinghouse this fall. Would you...
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