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First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany


Sunday, April 26, “Making a Commitment to Climate Justice,” Rev. Sam Trumbore

Too often Social Justice issues are divided into silos. School funding, minimum wage, civil rights, prison reform, and fracking, to name only a few, don’t seem to overlap with each other. Climate changes can touch many of them as the suffering from their effects is not equally distributed across all. How can we respond?

Music: Choir

Find the archive of previous sermons (text and/or audio files as available) here.


See the updated Social Responsibilities Council Brochure

SRC Sponsors
Children at the Well 10 year anniversary
Sunday, April 26 at 2 PM in Emerson
The celebration will featuring storytelling and Indian classical dance to be performed by students of the Narthanalaya School of Arts. All are welcome, no charge.

An international vegetarian pot-luck supper will follow the performances.
Please RSVP for the potluck and let Linda know what dish you’ll be bringing; lindamrussell@gmail.com

SRC recommends:
Stand Against Racism, Sunday, April 26, 2-4p, YWCA, 21 1st Street, Troy

Capital Area Against Mass Incarceration (CAAMI) will be meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, 7 pm at the Social Justice Center.



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All Sides Considered, Current events group meeting every second and fourth Thursday from 12-1:30 PM beginning March 26.

Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning


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