Services at the UUCRT will now be
and can be accessed via Zoom,
phone or in person at 9 Vance Road.
For those who plan to come to the sanctuary, the most current COVID precautions posted on the front door. Please make sure to keep a mask on hand, just in case.
Patriotic Women of History
To join using computer, tablet or smartphone: https://zoom.us/j/94071188132
To join by phone: +1 929 205 6099 US Meeting ID: 940 7118 8132
Upholding our 6th Principle: The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. Difficult choices the colonialists had to make during the Revolutionary War. … read more.
Spotlight on our Summer Speakers
Spotlight on our Speakers
Deval Patrick is an American politician, civil rights lawyer, author, and businessman who served as the 71st governor of Massachusetts from 2007 to 2015.
Rose O’Neill joined our congregation in 2018 along with her husband, Patrick. They lived on a boat in San Francisco Bay for 30 years and retired to New York 7 years ago. Rose tested software and was a personal jeweler in California and now enjoys gardening. Rose is Co-Chair of the Sunday Services Ministry and loves when people have new ideas for speakers.
Hollis Kellogg has been with UUCRT since 1997, and has served as board president twice. He is a retired Occupational therapist, able now to indulge his passion for playing the piano, and giving occasional concerts, either solo, or with his violinist friend, Elfin Vogel. He lives in Beacon NY, with his companion, Merlin the cat.
Bill Domanico was serving as the UUCRT ‘s Vice President of the Board of Trustees and was recently named president. He has been a member of our congregation since 2008. He also helps in our food program and is on the Sunday Services Ministry. He occasionally enjoys giving a more lighthearted service on a Sunday.
Lydia Adams Davis Called “a splendid performer” by the New York Times and sharing stages with legends such as Pete Seeger and Dar Williams, Lydia is a veteran of the New York folk music scene. Her love of song, stories and history has led to a vibrant and decades-long career. She considers it a privilege to make her living as a musician; uniting audiences of all ages in song.
Pat Lammana has been writing and performing songs all her adult life. Her songs have been praised highly by Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow, and others. They have a strong folk influence, and cover issues such as peace, religion and the environment. One of her songs, “Peace Pilgrim,” is featured in part on Pete Seeger’s Grammy-nominated album, “The Storm King.”