The Declaration of Conscience
Rev. David Munro
“We will oppose any and all unjust government actions to deport, register, discriminate or despoil.” These are words from a statement jointly issued by the UUA and the UUSC just a few months after the presidential election titled “A Declaration of Conscience.” What does your conscience call you to do?
Circles – Highlights
- From the Director of Lifespan RE – February 14th
This past Friday night was the Coming of Age sleepover at Waters House. 14 youth participated ...
- Co-Ministers’ Colloquy – February 14th
What a meaningful and engaging day Sunday was! Kudos to the Music Team who worked ...
- From the Director of Lifespan RE
Neighboring Faiths (6th & 7th grade):
Today we completed our trip to the Al-Hidaya Islamic Center in ...
- Co-Ministers’ Colloquy – February 6th
Hello, dear ones~
It is February. It is beautifully snowy, and icy, and cold. Cupid’s Cabaret is ...
- From the DLRE
What a joy to share a weekend with UU Youth! The Racial Justice Con (conference) hosted ...
- Co-Ministers’ Colloquy – January 30th.
We are so grateful for our time last week with colleagues from all over the country ...
- Women’s Alliance Special Appeals 2018
The Women’s Alliance is once again seeking requests for donations from our Special Appeals Fund. Over ...
- Singing Our Faith to Life – Hudson Mohawk UU Cluster Weekend
March 24-25, 2018
Join us for a song-filled weekend with Dr. Glen Thomas Rideout, Director of Worship ...
- Full Moon Drum Circle – March 1st
Join us Thursday, March 1, 7 – 8 pm in the Great Hall. Bring an instrument ...
- Women’s Alliance Program – March 1st
The Inscription in the Window By Sylvie Briber
Our own Sylvie Briber will discuss her recently published ...
- Want to learn more about Unitarian Universalism?
Come to the Getting To Know UU class on Thursday evenings in March (3/1-3/22, 7 – ...
- Skip the Straw!
NATIONAL “SKIP THE STRAW” DAY is on Sat, Feb 24. Come to the Green Sanctuary table ...
- Photos to Draw Our Circle Wide
The Stewardship Team is looking forward to displaying a wide circle of friendly faces as part ...
- Be a Visiting Steward!
Do you enjoy getting to know others at UUSS, and engaging in conversations about what people ...
Connections – Member Stories
There’s more to being green . . .
Unitarian Universalism is a frontier religion . . .
I do believe that the best thing we can do for this “hurting” world is just to live our UU values ….
Love – we start with love. . .
And service is its prayer . . .
Roots hold me close . . .
Why do I bring this up? Because this place – UUSS – is a place of great connection for all – even those with limited vocal range. Read more here:
Connecting with all my roots . . .
I came, I saw, I immediately felt at home
A leap, fifty years later . . .
What got me here?
My spiritual journey involves my realization that my dad was a nonconformist.... Read more here:
Robyn Salvin & Ralph Smith
Robyn Salvin & Ralph Smith
Every week was a new experience . . .
The music we have in the UU Schenectady community is incredible ….
Past, present, future . . .
This Extraordinary Place
I did not come to Unitarian Universalism seeking refuge from some painful religious experience. That’s just not my story. And so today’s connections talk will be a little different. And yet, I proudly proclaim that being a UU and part of this Congregation over more than 40 years has had a profound and life-altering influence on me.