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First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany


SUNDAY SERVICE

August 2, “Wellspring,” Sharon Babala, Karen Kaufmann and Wellspring participants
We reach the stream of justice and drink, we find the apple of knowledge and eat, we speak of love and death, joy and forgiveness, we talk about what matters, we let our lives speak, and each soul calls to the other and answers. (From a poem called “Wellspring” by Philomena Moriarty). Come and hear our newest graduates of Wellspring: Foundation speak about their spiritual journey this year.

The Wellspring participants are Mary Myers, Jerry Deighan, Liza McKinley, Ann Lapinski, and Michael Hornsby

Music: Emanuel Freitas

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

 


SOCIAL JUSTICE

See the updated Social Responsibilities Council Brochure

SRC recommends:

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

 


UPCOMING FUUSA EVENTS

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Detailed Event Schedule

Sunday, Sept, 13, 10:00 AM:  Homecoming Service. Bring some water from your summer for the gathering of the waters!

Oct. 16-18: UU Weekend at Silver Bay Join UUs from all over at this retreat in the Adirondacks. Register using this form.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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

 


LIFESPAN LEARNING

Monday, Aug. 24, 6:00 – 9:00 PM: Living the Seven Principles Workshop in Channing Hall. This workshop is for those who seek to integrate practical, thoughtful, and heartfelt ways of living those very values in their relationships. Read more here.

 

Three types of small groups: seeking truth and deeper meaning

 

More information on Lifespan Learning at FUUSA can be found here.