In mid-April, a small delegation from the UUSA (Emma McIntire, Allison Brau, and Kate Rice) attended the UU United Nations Office Intergenerational Spring Seminar. This year the topic was Equity in Action: Gender in an Intersecting World. We focused on how equity is needed in … read more.
Thank you all and Happy Summer!
Thanks to all of the RE volunteers for their dedication to the program – your faith and service are what keep our programs running. I would also like to thank all of the parents for bringing their children to … read more.
Consistency and change—well-balanced and always with the good of the congregation as primary motivator—is helpful for positive outcomes.
We have had a lot of change these past years. And we have stayed consistent in nurturing a strong, supportive, faith community that is ever … read more.
It has been said that a good poem should resist the intelligence almost successfully. I take that to mean that for a poem (or any work of art) to have depth, significance, and the capacity to transcend the moment, it should be challenging enough to … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst is pleased and excited to announce our settled minister, Rachael Hayes!
Rachael grew up in Kentucky and attended a mixture of Catholic and public schools. In high school, she got involved with the drama club and was hooked, … read more.
May is full of special dates!
May 3 – 5:30 – 7 P.M. Meet our Ministerial Candidate Rachael Hayes and help paint signs for UUSA people to carry at the Pride March! Pizza and dessert provided.
May 4 – Families please walk with the … read more.
SAVE THE DATE!! SUNDAY MAY 19 is CHOIR SUNDAY!! It is the most exciting music day of the year for us in the choir, and we hope for you as well.
THIS YEAR, Brenda and the choir are working toward some really fun music to … read more.
New England winters are not Arctic but certainly long enough and cold enough to make us welcome spring in all of its warmth and beauty. I’ll bet we all have our favorite spring flowers and plants; mine are lilacs. We had them in our backyard—the … read more.
By the time you read this, we will have finished our three pre-candidating weekends. On one memorable snowy Sunday, we planned to meet at 7:30 a.m. in the CVS parking lot. Charlie had borrowed a Valley Transporter van, so we knew we had a professional … read more.
Preschool – With Jacy’s help the preschoolers will continue to investigate the UU principles through hands-on activities and discussions.
Elementary – This spring we will begin a unit about the sources of our faith, religious symbolism, and we will learn about important faith leaders who are … read more.