At the Unitarian Universalist Society of Oneonta, we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of all people. We are committed to being a church for ALL generations working to build a world where ALL beings matter. While we have a wide diversity of beliefs, we are joined by a unity of spirit and a commitment to service. Check us out! Together, we can make a difference!
July 3rd – Service at 10:30AM
“Declaration of Independence Part 1: A New Beginning”
Rev. Craig Schwalenberg
*No Religious Education Classes
Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
In this first of a three part series, we’ll explore the radical step of separation and independence.
July 10th – 10:30AM Sunday Service
Re. Craig Schwalenberg
Every year, the Unitarian Universalist Association
of Congregations gathers at General Assembly.
This year the theme was
“Heart Land: Where Faiths Connect.”
Come be inspired and challenged by messages
from UU’s from across the country!
July 17 – 10:30AM Sunday Service
“No Stopping Him”
We know next to nothing of Jesus’ boyhood
except the mythic account of his birth. Drawing
on his book in progress, Jesus’ Dog, Jim Atwell
will speak about attempting to take Jesus’
message and, reading backwards, build him a
Dining for Women Potluck Dinner – Sunday, July 10 at 6PM
The featured organization this month is Development in Gardening (DIG) in Uganda. DIG will provide experiential training in sustainable agriculture, nutrition, improved cooking practices and business record keeping. There will be three community demonstration gardens and 400 women-led home gardens The project will empower Batwa women to raise enough crops for their families and enough to sell.