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First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany


Sunday, July 27, 10:00 AM  “The Symbolism of Flowers,” Sigrin Newell   

From time immemorial, people have buried their dead with flowers. The iris, the lily, the rose and others are more than just flowers; they carry spiritual and symbolic meaning. Mid-summer is a good time to explore stories of flowers and spirit. Sigrin Newell is a gardener and naturalist who sings in the choir.

Music: Al DeSalvo

Plan your summer Sundays! Here is complete schedule of services from June 15 to Aug. 31.



None currently scheduled.


Detailed Event Schedule

June 15: Summer Session of Religious Education begins

Oct. 17-19, 2014: UU Weekend at Silver Bay

Need event information shared in a FUUSA publication? Submission deadlines to windows@albanyuu.org are:

  • Preview Email: 9:00 a.m. Wednesday
  • Order of Service: 9:00 a.m. Thursday
  • Windows Newsletter: Third Friday of the month prior


Sunday Hospitality: sign up here to volunteer.
Gardening at FUUSA: sign up here to volunteer.

Donate school supplies for the FOCUS backpacks–there is a collection box in the FUUSA coatroom.


Complete details on all classes can be found here.

Blazing Pathways to Connection is currently running. New classes will be added here.

To sign up for classes, please email registration@albanyuu.org and put the course name in the subject line.