Your Search committee is in gear and making progress on our quest to call a new minister for UUSA. We had a retreat at the end of August with our UUA coach, Debby Bergh. She worked with our first search committee last year, so she … read more.
Our official Religious Education (RE) September start is coming up on September 9! We are very fortunate to have Jacy continue to care and nurture our youngest members of the congregation in the Preschool, and our Elementary Group is fortunate to welcome Lesley Smith … read more.
From the President is a feature that is being reinstated this year. I hope you will read the entire letter, longer than it might be in the future, especially because this is a particularly important and busy year.
We are so fortunate to move into … read more.
ALONG THE WAY
Dear Friends of UUSA,
It is with joy and enthusiasm that I greet you as we begin our year together. As well as walking with you, week in and week out, through all of the experiences of church life, I will be especially working … read more.
Our Board of Trustees has received the following from the Unitarian Universalist Association:
Dear Leaders from the UU Society of Amherst and Beyond. On behalf of the UUA Religious Education Credentialing Committee, I’m delighted to notify you that I have awarded Rebecca Fricke the status … read more.
Dedicated Offerings provide a way for our Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst community to recognize and financially support projects that reflect our guiding Unitarian Universalist principles. One Sunday a month from September through May, we donate the proceeds from our collection basket to a worthy … read more.
Dear Members and Friends of UUSA,
I’m looking forward with anticipation to my first visit with you on Wednesday, August 8. I will be coming up from my home in Quincy, MA early in the morning to spend the day in Amherst, meeting with staff … read more.
We’re writing with a brief update on our search for an interim minister to lead us through
the next year. If you were at the service last Sunday, you heard us announce that we were
close to sealing the deal with a highly experienced … read more.
Lucio Perez of Springfield, an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant facing deportation, currently resides at the First Congregational Church of Amherst, which is providing him sanctuary while he waits for his case to be reopened after Immigration and Customs Enforcement denied his stay of removal. Providing housing … read more.