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!

Upcoming Services


September 6, 10:30 a.m.

“Procrastinate Tomorrow”
Sam Goodyear

We have all the time in the world, most of the time, but it is precious. Let’s make the most of it.


September 13, 10:30 a.m.

“Many Currents, One Stream”
Ingathering and Water Communion
Stay Together Sunday
Rev. Craig Schwalenberg
Music provided by the UUSO Choir & Music Director Tim Horne

There are many currents and eddies in the waters of life; Pulling and pushing us in different directions; Ultimately, it is all one stream–and we’re all one people.


September 20, 2015, 10:30 a.m.

“Days of Awe”
Pam Strother & UUSO Members

As we honor our Jewish heritage, we are asked to live and plan our lives more deliberately, to ask forgiveness, to remember the dead, and to rededicate ourselves to our vision of the good and the true. These are the Days of Awe.

Upcoming Events

Ingathering/Water Communion

Ingathering & Water Communion Service
September 13 at 10:30 a.m.

RE Kick-off

Religious Education Kick-off!
September 20 at 10:30 a.m.


Composer, performer, and educator Robert Nasta (a.k.a. Chester “Big Boy” Coda) will be performing a solo concert of his music at the church on Saturday, September 12, starting at 7:00pm. The concert is a benefit for the nonprofit organization Artists for World Peace of which Nasta is the musical director. There is a $10:00 suggested donation.

Dr. Nasta graduated from SUCO with a BA. in music, and he taught at the college from 1988 to 1995.  A multi-instrumentalist, he composes and performs in a wide variety of musical settings. His music has been featured on radio broadcasts, in dance performances, and he has performed his compositions as soloist at numerous venues. His music for Chester “Big Boy’ Coda is best described as songs in a blues-based style. More information about Robert visit: To learn more about the work of Artists for World Peace visit:


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