Our Sunday services are held at 9 Vance Rd, Rock Tavern, NY at 10:30 a.m., unless otherwise noted.

While we make every intention to publish an accurate calendar, topics may be subject to change. Please consult uucrt.org for the most up-to-date listings.

We welcome all seekers regardless of age, creed, race, ability/disability, class, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Dec. 3: Embodiment

Rev. Chris J. Antal

Our community strives to embody and celebrate the world as we hope it will one day become: a place of radical hospitality, courageous love, and prophetic resistance. How are we doing? This service will be followed by a Soul Matters session with Rev. Chris at 12:30 p.m.

 

Dec. 10:  Spook Handy

A Time to Build Up 

Pete Seeger said, “You don’t have to tear down a house in order to rebuild its foundation.”  Would you believe that each one of us has a profound impact every day on the world we live in – starting with ourselves and extending out to our communities and the world as a whole?  What we say and do promotes our values.  So, are we promoting cynicism, division and individualism or are we promoting empowerment, integrity and solidarity?  Are we helping to rebuild the foundation or are we only helping to tear down the house?  Join us for songs, stories and reflection.

 

Dec. 17: Bruce Knotts, director of the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office

 

Dec. 24: Who Have We Become

Rev. Chris J. Antal

A service to reflect on the sacred journey we share. This service will be followed by a Soul Matters session at 12:15.

 

4 p.m. Hot cider and cookie reception followed by a Christmas Eve service led by our ministers – Rev. Chris J. Antal and Terri Pahucki

 

Dec. 31: Jon Mundy, PhD

Transcendentalism in America

Celebrating the 200th birthday of Henry David Thoreau and Transcendentalism in America. This service will include the annual Burning Bowl ceremony. The service will be followed by a 1 p.m. workshop on Eternal Life and a Course in Miracles.