“Perspectives on Aging in the Valley,” the second outreach/inreach event in the Outreach, Integration and Retention Task Force’s One Night Stand series, was attended by 20 people in late October. The new director of Amherst Senior Services, Mary Beth Ogulewicz, JD, LCSW, shared her … read more.
Choir news We took an in-choir survey about possibly changing our rehearsal schedule, and decided to keep
the rehearsal time the same as it’s been (Sundays 8:45 – 10:00 a.m) for the time being.
If others in the congregation would like to join the choir, please see … read more.
The Membership Committee invites hobbits and anyone else arriving early (after 10:00 a.m.) on Sundays to step into the Willie Eaton Social Hall to enjoy regular or decaf coffee, regular or herbal/fruit tea or (we know it will be especially welcome in hot weather!) cold … read more.
The Amherst Arts Night volunteers are looking for a few more people to help
host visitors to our sanctuary. Once a month, October – April, we join other downtown venues on the Amherst
Arts Night circuit and show off the Tiffany window in all its sunset glory. … read more.
OÍR stands for Outreach, Integration, and Retention and it’s a task force convened
earlier this year by UUSA’s board of trustees. OÍR a Spanish word that means “to hear,” and we spend much of
our time hearing the voices and stories that awaken energy in our congregation … read more.
Our summer begins with a congregational pancake breakfast starting at 10:30 on Sunday, June 30th in the social hall. Some of the men of our UU Society will prepare and serve a delicious breakfast to the congregation. Let’s celebrate this Sunday by breaking “bread” … read more.
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.
New England springs are wondrous fickle. There are days, even a week or so, that almost make the winter worthwhile, only to turn surly and March-like the next. We are ready for the sweet, true warmth of June well before it arrives, ready to put … read more.