Save The Date: Saturday, August 5th: Join your UU Schenectady friends at Thompson’s Lake Campground at Thacher State Park, where we’ve reserved 2 campsites directly across from the beach to be the center of our day-long festivities. Come as early as you’d like to swim, hike, rent a rowboat or paddle-boat, launch your own boat, … Continued
Adult Programs Council
Save the date!!! The end-of-the-year picnic is Sunday, June 11 right after the service. Everyone is welcome, and great food and excellent company are provided at no charge! Look for more details in the coming weeks!
April 30th at 9:30am! It’s a 5-Sunday month, so plan to attend Mati’s Chair Yoga on April 30th in the Emerson Room! Mati will lead a gentle, intergenerational stretch appropriate for all age levels, beginning at 9:30am. No equipment or special clothing needed.
The Sharps’ War: March 19, 2pm in the Great Hall: Between 1939 and 1941, the Rev. Waitstill Sharp and his wife Martha risked their lives to help rescue hundreds of political dissidents and Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation. We will screen this documentary for free on Sunday, March 19 at 2 p.m. in the … Continued
Whether you just came through the church doors or have spent years trying to figure this place out, this small group workshop addresses the basics of what it means to be an active Unitarian Universalist, and provides an opportunity to connect with others who share your interests while you explore our historic liberal faith tradition. … Continued
Saturday, March 18th – 5pm-8pm: Calling all chili chefs: make a big pot of your best chili and enter the competition for the “UUSS Best Chili” trophy. Winner gets bragging rights, their name engraved on the trophy, and can proudly display the trophy in their own home for a year. Think of it as the … Continued
A Place For Folk warmly invites you to join us on Friday February 24th, 2017 at 7:30pm for an evening with Chris Wilson. Chris is a native of New Yorker who gained celebrity status for his vocally driven songwriting and passionate live performances first bursting onto the scene on the MTV show called “The Cut.” … Continued
Coffee, Crullers and Conversations: Sunday, February 12th, 9:30am! Hope everyone will come to share their experiences and to talk about what was accomplished, why this was important and why it struck a chord with so many. Men, women, and students from UUSS marched in Washington, Seneca Falls, and Albany. Many more were with them in … Continued
We need to get a head-count (a mouth-count?) of how many people will be eating meals, so please signup HERE if you plan to be at the Saturday post-hike lunch, the Saturday evening Chili Dinner and/or the Sunday morning breakfast. (At that sign-up location, you can also note any food allergies/preferences.) Also, if you are … Continued
December 3rd 5:00-9:00pm in the Great Hall! Please plan to bring the whole family and bring a dish to share! There will be activities and movies provided for younger children in the nursery and movies and games for older children, as well as light fare and snacks. All will meet to sing carols around the … Continued