First Unitarian Society of Ithaca

Sunday Services 9:30 am

Corner of Buffalo & Aurora St.

Ithaca, NY

A welcoming spiritual home for religious free thinkers

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2014 Summer Services Guest Speakers

2014 Summer Services Guest Speakers

Summer Sunday services are held at 9:30 am in the Parlor, followed by a congregational response time and social hour. Childcare is available up to age 8.

June 15- Leigh Wedenoja    "Religion Read in Our Lives" 

June 22- Don Barber    "Freedom's Chains"

June 29- Magdalen Lindeberg    "Navigating the First Principle in a Divided World"

July 6- Margaret Nichols   "Lovely to Meet You, Now Go Away"

July 13- Wayne Robinson   "Natural Spirituality for Recovering Atheists"

July 20- Walt Peck   "Spoons"

July 27-Jack Roscoe   "The Labor Movement in Song"

August 3- Laura Free  "How I Found Forgiveness at Maguire Subaru"

August 10- Linnie Wieselquist  "The Ministry of Fun"

August 17- RECYCLING SALE - No service

August 24- David Salomon   "Communities of Need"

August 31- Cliff Earle    "How I Became a UU"

All guest speakers are members of FUSIT, with the exception of Rev. Wayne Robinson, retired UU minister from All Faiths UU Church in Ft. Myers, Florida.

The next Board of Trustees Meeting

Event Date: 
Tuesday, 9 September 2014 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

The next Board of Trustees meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 8, from 7-9 PM in the Parlor.  All are welcome to attend.

Agenda TBA

Message from the Minister

May my heart be open to the new.
May my spirit be steadfast in the face of challenge.
May I walk in humility with a grateful heart…and be glad all my days.

Sometimes I cannot find the words for what I’m feeling about the day, about some situation or about my life… But when words come, I am blessed with a greater understanding.

Let there be quiet in my soul.
Let me hear more clearly what is there.
Let me embody more of the good that is a deep desire within me…
and be thankful all my days.

A wish for the day: an articulation of some of the desires that I would be. Hopes and ideals made words… and translated into the deeds of the day.

How great to have life and breath.
How great to know possibility…and to have the power to make things happen…and to witness them happening within you every day.

Wondrous be your day today, and your every today throughout this
delightful summertime that is ours.

Rev. David

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