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.

July 2:  Bill Domanico

A Nod to Leadbelly

A service about why the blues and folk troubadour should by acknowledged  by Unitarian Universalists for his work on this July 4 weekend.

 

July 9: Father Billy Clark

On Urgency

The question that remains is what will you do now? How will you help the God of Love ease the suffering of all through this time of world shift? How will you use your gifts and talents to better this world?

 

July16: Jordan Taylor and Cynthia Gilkeson

Black Lives Matter Discussion

 

July 23: Celine Daly and Julie Harris

Sound Meditation

Inner sound and music journey with guided meditation, featuring instruments from world healing traditions including singing bowls, gongs, tuning forks, flutes, drums, and voice.

 

July 30: Terri Pahucki

 Memory and Place

A service of remembering and truth-telling stories of our past on the path to liberation.

 

Aug. 6: Rev. Dr. Chris J. Antal

Left of Boom

72 years after dropping the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima we will celebrate the recent UN convention to ban nuclear weapons and consider what is ours to do in the struggle for nuclear disarmament.

 

Aug. 13: Verne M. Bell, Barbara Hultgren, Jane O’Donnell, and Marcia Westra

Members of our book group will present “Christ for Unitarian Universalists”  by Rev. Scotty McClennan, UU minister and will  share insights gained from this inspiring book as well as a little of our own spiritual journeys.

 

Aug. 20: Annual Poetry, Prose and Song Lyrics service All are invited to read a passage that spiritually inspires them.

 

Aug. 27: Terri Pahucki

Abundance

We have more than enough for the journey, yet fear of scarcity holds us back. Let us celebrate the gifts in our midst, as we vision together.