Speaker: Rev. Barbara Threet
This Sunday will be our first hybrid service, held both in person and on Zoom!
Masks and social distancing required for in-person attendees. For our full in-person service guidelines, please see What to Expect in Worship During the Covid-19 Pandemic.
For those who prefer to … read more.
The past many, many months have felt stormy indeed! And now we approach summer, which usually brings a bit of a lull in congregational activities in UU churches. What does summer mean this year – where might we find respite and renewal?
All Sunday services are currently … read more.
John Haynes Holmes (1879-1964) is considered to be one of the greatest social activists in Unitarian history. He was also one of the most controversial, especially when he went head to head with another Unitarian, former US President William Howard Taft. We’ll consider Holmes’s impact, … read more.
Earth Day 2021 is on April 22, with the theme “Restore Our Earth”, and we’ll explore ways we might help to honor and nurture the beauty of our planet.
All Sunday services are currently being held online via Zoom. Links will be sent weekly via our … read more.
The UU Church of Rutland and the UU Congregation of Glens Falls will worship together on Zoom for this Easter Sunday service, which will start at 10:30 AM instead of our usual 10 o’clock.
A year ago the world was scrambling to adapt to a change … read more.
All Sunday services are currently being held online via Zoom. Links will be sent weekly via our email list; please contact us to be added.
For many of us, UUCGF has been one of the pillars that’s helped us through these last several months, even without being able to meet in person. But why do we seek out a church to begin with, even ours, and why do we put … read more.
In these times when our travels are limited, the Rev. Barbara Threet will share some vignettes about her travels over the last many years, and reflect
on why travel is so important to her and what it has taught her.
The UU Fellowship of Bennington will … read more.