Welcome to Multiplatform 10:00 AM Sunday Services
Face masks covering nose and mouth are still required to be worn to Sunday services. Indoor coffee hour, memorial service receptions, and other events where eating is not the primary focus: masks are encouraged, but optional.
Mindfulness Meditation will also be mulitplatform beginning at 8:30 AM.
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Joining us with kids? We’re delighted! Find out more about our dynamic online programming for children and youth.
Joining us for Sunday service for the first time? You are welcome at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany, also known as Albany UU. Learn about what to expect in our thought-provoking and soulful services.
On Sundays, our online and in-person volunteers will be happy to greet you and answer your questions to help you get better acquainted.
Not familiar with Zoom? Our minister, Rev. Sam Trumbore will give you a brief orientation:
Wearing your Zoom “Name Tag”
When signing into a Zoom worship service on a Sunday morning, you can’t put on your traditional name tag to be welcoming to others, but you CAN rename your screen so that it displays your full name. This is the new way to practice hospitality with everyone who is part of the online worship service.
To change your screen name, look for three white dots, usually appearing in the upper right corner of your zoom window when you hover over it with your cursor. Click the dots, and a dropdown menu will appear. One of the options in the dropdown menu is “Rename.” Click that option, and a box will pop up that displays the name currently showing in your Zoom window. If it’s not your full name or names, change it to your name(s) and click the “Save” button.
If you have any questions, feel free to send an Usher a message in the Chat on a Sunday or email Tammy Goddard – firstname.lastname@example.org anytime. Thanks for taking this extra step to be welcoming!
We are a beacon of liberal religion in the Capital Region. Welcoming is part of our mission and vision. Our Unitarian Universalist community is committed to seeking truth and deeper meaning, pursuing justice through inspired action, and cultivating compassion and love for all connected by the web of life.
We are embracing of many beliefs, welcoming of all genders and sexual orientations, and increasingly accessible to people of all abilities.
As you explore our website and learn about our congregation, feel free to contact us with your questions. We look forward to meeting you and helping you find what you need.