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 72 voting members and 2 junior members, and we have a religious education program for children.

Our Sunday services start at 10:45 a.m. and are followed by a coffee hour.

                                                                                                     We are 
located at 

9 Vance Rd, Rock Tavern, NY 
Our telephone number is 845-496-9696   
Our mailing address is:   
P.O. Box 502, Washingtonville, NY 

As a UUA-certified Welcoming 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 

We have a Facebook page  

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

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

October Services

Our Sunday services are held at 9 Vance Rd, Rock Tavern, NY at 10:45 am.  We welcome all seekers regardless of age, creed, race, ability/disability, class, sexual orientation and gender identity.

October 6, 2013: Compassion

Presenter: Rev. Chris J. Antal                                    

Unitarian Universalists covenant to affirm and promote “compassion in human relations.” What is compassion and where do we find it? How might we live with greater compassion in all our relationships?

October 13, 2013:
The New Right and Human Rights: Religious Liberals Speak Out

Presenter: Betty Mumford  

What changes have taken place over the years and how have you helped?

October 20, 2013: Gratitude and Giving

Presenter: Dr. Athena Drewes

What does it mean to be grateful? And how can giving to the UUCRT and our spiritual home further our own spiritual practice?

October 27, 2013: Moral Tales

Presenter: Rev. Chris J. Antal 

In this inter-generational service, we will consider some of the moral tales that shape our heritage. How are we crafting our own lives as a “moral tale” and contributing to the living tradition that is Unitarian Universalism?

September Newsletter:

uucrt Sept 2013 Chalice Light.pdf

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