Thursday, October 17 | Eastman at Washington Square
Eastman at Washington Square Concerts take place on Thursdays at 12:15 to 12:45pm in our sanctuary. October 17 is "M
ade in America": Flutist Sophia Gibbs Kim and pianist Irina Lupines share favorite American music for flute and piano. Admission is free! Bring your brown bag lunch and join us.
Thursday, October 17 | 15th Anniversary Celebration
RAIHN is throwing a 15th anniversary celebration/ticketed event on Thursday, October 17 at Artisanworks, 565 Blossom Rd, from 6-10 PM. Raffle tickets for a Caribbean Cruise are also available. For more information and tickets,
Please join us to help clean and prepare the church for our NYSCU host weekend. Many hands make light work. Please let Ed Deller know if you can attend.
Each year we note the importance bread plays in our lives and the importance it has played in other times and places. The earliest bread may have been made 30,000 years ago and is the most widely consumed food in the world. Historians note that its importance lay not only in its nutritional value but because it was portable. Members and friends of First Universalist are invited to take advantage of the portability of bread and bring their favorite bread (homemade or purchased) to share after the service. Contact Bill or Becky Elwell if you plan to participate!
October 25 & 26 |
NYSCU Annual Meeting
Just a few weeks to go before we welcome UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray and Universalists from around the region for the Annual Meeting of NYSCU! You can attend as a delegate with voting privileges, or as a conference attendee to hear the keynote address and participate in the workshops. Delegates will have the registration fee reimbursed by NYSCU; other attendees may be reimbursed by our own congregation. Please see Ann Rhody or Nancy Gaede if you are interested in serving as a delegate. Registration and information at
LIBRARY BOOK ESCAPES!
Please check your hiding spaces at home for
When they Call You a Terrorist, copy #4 by Patrisse Kahn-Cullers. It is part of a collection of books donated by FIRE. If found, please return to the basket on the library desk.