Summer Ministry

Rev. Dr. Susan Veronica Rak is again serving as our Summer Minister.



Sunday Worship - 12:00 Noon on Zoom

July 26 - Meditations on Summer - Rev. Peggy Clarke, Senior Minister

August 2 - Abundance - Rev. Dr. Susan Veronica Rak
August 1st and 2nd mark the ancient holiday of Lammas, In nearly every ancient culture, late summer was a time of celebration as crops are abundant, gardens and fruit trees overflowing with summer bounty. So today we reflect on how we might recognize and celebrate good things in our lives.
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We will again be offering "Wisdom from the Margins" this summer beginning August 2. Look forward to conversations with people who identify, live, and/or work with people and communities pushed to the margins in our present society.
Wisdom from the Margins
August 2 at 1:00pm on Zoom
Jim Mulholland, Executive Director of CoCoDa
(Companion Community Development Alternatives)

CoCoDa is a recipient of our Doolittle Grants. The conversation will offer us a firsthand look at the work this organization does with the people of El Salvador and Nicaragua, along with learning about the wonderful people Jim has met along the way. CoCoDA recently won the 2020 El Salvador Energy Globe Award with the Sun and Water Initiative . "This award recognizes the responsibility of human beings to be more creative and thoughtful in our care of the environment." CoCoDa and their collaborating partners are "committed to creating sustainable projects in communities where there are scarce resources and mighty dreams." https://www.cocoda.org/
Contact Jil Novenski for details

Find out all about the great offerings, meet all of the program leaders, and get all of your questions answered.
REFM Sundays
Special COVID-19 Message - Do You Need Help?

If you have been laid off, furloughed or your hours were cut back and you need help paying for rent, utilities or food, please contact Rev. Dr. Susan Rak ( srak@ccny.org ) for help. She has access to money to get you through this difficult time. No one in our community should have to worry; we are in this together.
To make a donation to this special fund-New Leaf - visit https://www.ccny.org/giving
Our Church's future is linked to what we do today.  Planned Giving is one means for persons to make a difference with a financial gift to the Community Church of New York. Learn more .
Making Donations to Community Church

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The Community Church of NY UU
40 E 35th St,
New York, NY 10016
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Gallery35 @ Community
Our New Virtual Exhibit

Fourteen Gallery35 artists show work created before and during the pandemic.

Rev Chris
Welcome Rev. Chris Long!

We are thrilled to welcome Rev. Chris Long as our new Assistant Minister. Rev. Chris is currently the Justice Minister at West Shore Unitarian Church in Ohio and a Visiting Professor at Starr King School for the Ministry. There will be opportunities to meet Rev. Chris when he begins his ministry with us in August.
Hope & Heresy
Podcast with Rev. Peggy Now on Website

Here’s the link to the podcast on our website :
 
Hosted by our very own Reverend Peggy Clarke and our neighbor Reverend Sarah Lenzi of the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, New Jersey, Hope & Heresy is a podcast for everyday people who want to live meaningfully and ask big questions about our complicated world without arbitrary doctrine or oppressive religious practice. Each episode examines a contemporary topic through the lens of liberal religion and ends with a moment of hope and a way to get involved in your community. 
 
You can listen to the episodes of Hope & Heresy
or on your favorite podcast service (Apple, Spotify, etc).

Let us know what you think by writing back to us at  podcast@ccny.org !
  Thank you!

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Yours in Community,

Valerie Lynch
Membership Coordinator
The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist
40 East 35th Street
New York, NY 10016
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