Category: Hudson Valley Refugee Solidarity Network

How we stay Safe and Healthy in our Congregation

Churches, temples, mosques, and other religious buildings have always been places for the faithful to gather in celebration and worship.   During this global pandemic, as much as we want things to return to “normal” we listen to medical expertise, we understand the science, and … read more.

Widening the Circle of Concern

“Covenant and commitment, not comfort, should be the binding fabric of UU congregations.”

“Many of our congregations are in trouble, with dwindling membership, participation, and financial contributions. A factor that contributes to this decline is our inability to address issues of inclusion, equity, and diversity.”

“Institutional changes … read more.

UUA recommends Virtual Meetings continue until May 2021

The Following is a Special Announcement from UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray
May 14, 2020

As states around the country begin to loosen guidelines and take actions to reopen, even as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to climb, we have received many questions from congregations about returning to … read more.