Rev. Lynn will reflect on events in her life that have contributed to her spiritual journey and influence her ministry.
Rev. Linda Hoddy will share her spiritual journey from fundamentalist Christianity in a small town in Kansas, through agnosticim, atheism, humanism, mysticism, to now, when she identifies as a Universalist Theist or a Theistic Universalist. Most of all, she says, “I am … read more.
This service will explore the unexpected twists and turns of life and how we respond. Do we embrace what comes our way or do we resist? And what does our Unitarian Universalism offer us as we navigate the uncertain and unforeseen.
Rev. Tom Chulak is a retired Unitarian Universalist Minister and member of the Albany UU. He lives in Troy.
The late Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh once said: “In the eyes of the awake, all things are sacred.” In the eyes of some, Unitarian Universalism is “woke,” which is meant as an insult. What does “woke” mean, and is it dangerous to “sleep through a revolution?” … read more.
Our Black/Indigenous/People of Color Group will be leading our special service to honor the new Juneteenth holiday. Please come and learn about this holiday and celebrate it together.
As we celebrate Albany Pride, let us also advocate for those around the country who are threatened by regressive anti-Trans legislation by hearing, reading and sharing the personal stories of those who are gender non-conforming. Click here to view the online Order of Service!
Rev. Sam has learned more than a few lessons of the 24 years of his ministry. He would like to share a few of them and share his hopes about the way his ministry in Albany will be remembered.
More details to come!
Please reach out to Jking@albanyuu.org for any questions.
This annual event celebrates the unique perspectives and talents of our Youth Group and the culmination of months of work by our Coming Of Age youth class participants.