On Friday morning, July 7, 2017, Rev. Antal, Terri Pahucki, UUCRT Lay Commissioned Minister, and Neil Osborne, Deacon of All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Manhattan, gathered for a prayer vigil and public witness at the UN Plaza, New York City, in support of the … read more.
It’s that time of year again – the time when we gather with some others of our congregation to build our bonds of community. If you haven’t done this before – and especially if you are a new attendee – you will miss out … read more.
On November 20th for Transgender Day of Remembrance, Jamie Capach read the congregation a list of first steps to being an ally for transgender people in the spirit of empowerment and taking action. According to source Transwhat, “Allyship to trans people involves a number of … read more.
Welcome to Jackie Jordan, the newest member of our Ministry, and congratulations to Heather Broadfoot on her August marriage to Mike Stuetzle! Much happiness to you both!
As we are well into the 21st Century and more and more people are using credit cards rather than … read more.
I look forward to gathering with you in community at our Annual Ingathering/ Water Communion service on September 11th. The Water Communion is one of my favorite Unitarian Universalist traditions, as we join our separate waters together as one, as a symbol of our … read more.
In the life of our congregation September is a time to reconnect after a period of reflection, recreation, rejuvenation and renewal. I hope you found all those gifts and more during the summer months.
This congregational year holds great promise as well as challenge. We will … read more.
In February I wrote to President Obama and asked him to reject plans to produce the new air-dropped nuclear cruise missile, remove warheads from a hair-trigger “launch on warning” status, renounce the policy that currently allows the U.S. to strike first with nuclear warheads, and … read more.
You are a blessing. These are words my grandmother, her memory faded by Alzheimer’s, never forgot. She would speak these words to each person she met- nurses, family members, strangers- gazing at each new face as if it were lit by some radiant light.
What does … read more.