All are welcome. Childcare can be provided for those who need it. If you know you are planning to come, please call the Director of Member Services at 903-7508. You may also e-mail:
. Your reservation helps us to plan for materials and snacks.
We offer this program several times throughout the year. If you are interested, please see me and we will schedule to meet your needs. –Rev. Tim Ashton and Hella Jacob
*** Preaching by Parishioners is open to our congregants. This three-month program happens each spring. It is a hands-on workshop on creating and delivering an inspiring church service during the summer months. This program helps support the personal & spiritual growth of our congregation and to actively promote the 'freedom of the pulpit' that is so honored by Unitarian
Universalists. For more information, please go to Preaching by Parishioners, located on our main menu. Marlana Rice
**UUA: Another interesting place for adults to learn more about Unitarian Universalism is at the website UUA.org. There you will find a wide variety of general information on all aspects of Unitarian churches.
|This on-line publication will give you the big picture perspective: UUA World
** The Campus Ministry Committee is looking for committed members to become adult allies and assist with campus ministry in our area. If you are a current or former staff or faculty member of any of the local colleges or an alumnus, we would ask if you would consider helping us out. Please join us! Scott Harrigan
** Church of the Larger Fellowship is a UU congregation by mail & cyberspace, providing helpful online resources. This provides a UU connection 24/7 for those interested in further exploration. For online classes and email discussions, go to clfuu.org (click on Resources), or call 617-948-6166.
** UU Fellowship of Chautauqua Denominational House
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Chautauqua, NY has purchased a large house on the Chautauqua Institution grounds and is currently renovating it for use as a Unitarian Universalist Denominational House. It will offer 6 bedrooms with shared bathrooms for weekly rentals of $300/wk each for the 2009 season. Unitarian Universalists will be given preference for the rooms until December 1, and then the rooms will be available for the public. All rooms have two beds, one is designed as a family room, and another is handicapped accessible. The house has three full baths (one of which is fully handicapped accessible) plus two half baths.
The UU Denominational House is centrally located near Bestor Plaza, the Bookstore and the Colonnade at 6 Bliss. It also offers a place to relax- including a secluded patio - for those coming for the day, information for persons interested in UU faith and philosophy, meeting space for programs, and social functions, too.
For information about the UU Fellowship of Chautauqua, the Denominational House, contact information & reservation forms, please go to www.uufchautauqua.org. For information about Chautauqua Institution and its programs, visit www.ciweb.org. We are looking forward to seeing you at Chautauqua!