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First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany


Sunday, Apr. 20, 10:00 a.m.  “A Green Reconnection with Life,” Rev. Sam Trumbore

Celebrate the renewal that Easter represents by making a green connection to the life we share with all species. A multi-generational service.

Music: Choir, with special guest performer Alyssa Yeager



None currently scheduled.


Detailed Event Schedule

Apr. 21, Monday, noon: Channing Circle, brown bag lunch and speaker

Apr. 29, Tuesday, 7:00 PM: Evensong, To Life: A Festival of Broadway Songs

Apr. 25-26 9:00 AM-4:00 PM: Capital Region Theological Center: Faith & Science Series presents at FUUSA: Evolutionary Explanation of Religion with Dr. David Sloan For details click here.
May 4, Sunday, 10:00 AM: Family Chapel
May 4, Sunday, noon: CROP Walk Lunch
May 4, Sunday, 7:00 PM: Sharon Salzberg public talk
May 9, Friday, 6:00 PM: CommUUnity Dinner, family-oriented potluck and social hour
May 18, Sunday, 11:30 AM: FUUSA Annual Meeting
May 19, Monday, noon: Channing Circle, brown bag lunch and program

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.

Little Free Libraries Needs You! 

Help to promote literacy and bring communities together by putting up mini libraries in neighborhoods around the world, such as West Hill. Details here.



Complete details on all classes can be found here.

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


Capital Region Theological Center: Faith & Science Series announces:
Evolutionary Explanation of Religion with Dr. David Sloan Wilson: 9am-4pm, April 25-26.
Wilson thinks religions endure because they function in the context of everyday life.  In order to continue, they need to be re-experienced and freshly interpreted for each generation.  Deep-rooted questions about culture, religion, spirituality and human experience can help us explore if and how religion will continue into the future. For details on the program and how to register, click here.