WELCOME

to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern (UUCRT)

Tickets for the March 28, 2015 Spook Handy concert at the UUCRT are now available at americastory.brownpapertickets.com

Check out the Volunteer Opportunities we have at the UUCRT!

Join the UUCRT Book Club Discussion Here!

See what's in our Art Gallery


Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation
at Rock Tavern, a liberal 
religious community where members and friends gather to support each other in our spiritual journeys and to give service to the wider world of which we are a part.  We are a congregation of 73 voting members (and many friends who often attend services and 
participate in activities), and we have Lifespan Religious Exploration programs for children and 
adults.   


Our Sunday 
services start at 10:30 a.m. and are followed by a coffee hour.  
Please note that 
this is a new starting time
   since July 6, 2014.

We are 
located at
Rock Tavern, NY

Our telephone number is
845-496-9696
   
   Our mailing address is:   
                       
P.O. Box 502 
Washingtonville, NY 
 10992
                                     




As a UUA-certifiedWelcoming Congregation, the UUCRT publicly welcomes lesbian, gay, and transgender people and honors their contributions to our community and to society.










  
We are a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations (UUA) 

Unitarian Universalism is a liberal, non-creedal religion with seven Principles 
that guide the lives of Unitarian Universalists.  

We have a Facebook page  

The UUCRT Meetinghouse is used during weekdays by The Birch School.
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March Services

Our Sunday services are held at 9 Vance Rd, Rock Tavern, NY at 10:30 am.  We welcome all seekers regardless of age, creed, race, ability/disability, class, sexual orientation and gender identity.


March 1:  Remembering Selma 

Rev. Chris J. Antal

As we approach the fiftieth anniversary of the Selma Civil Rights March, we will remember Unitarian Universalist involvement in this critical moment in American history. 

 

March 8: The Selma Awakening

Rev. Chris J. Antal

Mark Morrison-Reed, a Unitarian Universalist Minister, has recently published a book by this name. We will take that as our starting point, in search of insight to guide our journey today.

 

March 15: Gift of Time

Heather Broadfoot

 How do other faiths view time?  How do we use our time?  How can the congregation do the most good with the time we have?  Our time is the greatest gift we can give one another and yet do we have a clear definition of what that even means?  Let us explore this concept and what it means on a personal and congregational level.

 

March 22: Springing into Action

 Terri Pahucki and Alice Sipple

Our Junior Youth will join Terri Pahucki and Alice Sipple to help lead this intergenerational service in celebration of the first weekend of Spring, World Water Day, and UU Climate Justice Sunday.  We’ll explore the grounding of our justice work as a springboard, as we prepare our spirits for action.

 

March 29: Pete Seeger - the Subtle Evangelist

 Spook Handy

Noted folk singer Spook Handy will tell a story about a man who knew that when you see the way, you then need to walk the way. 


March Newsletter:    


UUCRT March 2015 Chalice Light.pdf
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