Speaker: Rev. Tom Chulak

There Is No Well Marked Road

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.


American Unitarian Universalism has its roots in democracy. How did this happen? As we begin this month of exploring our heritage, we will reflect on our history, This service will explore issues of spirituality and control in the context of congregational polity, trust, roles and relationships, and decision making. It will also offer thoughts on distributing power so together we create a healthy, vital, growing congregation. This theme may seem secular but it has everything to do with what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist. At this time of transition both congregationally and in American society let us come together to celebrate and explore.