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Soul Matters June – Play

Our June worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Play. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Annual Report

The 2021 Annual Report is now available!
Take some time and learn about all the important work that happened in 2021. 

Thank you to everyone for making FUSIT a place of connection and inspiration.

2021 FUSIT Annual Report Download

April Possible Ponderings – Becoming

Possible Ponderings is an offering of ways you might consider engaging more deeply with the theme or reflecting on the ways the idea of Commitment shows up in your life.

April 4 – 10: How has the darkness of this year nurtured you to become your … read more.

Soul Matters April – Becoming

Our April worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Becoming. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Community Connections – The Egg Group

by Claire Perez

In March 2020, a pandemic hit.  A free society was now not so free, and quarantining began.  While sheltering in place, some of us thought about the possible ramifications of our new reality. Will there be food? How will we get it?  This … read more.

Soul Matters January – Imagination

Our January worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Imagination. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Soul Matters December – Stillness

Our December worship theme at First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is Stillness. This month’s packet includes a few short readings, spiritual exercises, and discussion questions for you to consider. Here is the link to participate in this curriculum.

Side with Love October results

Every day migrant farmworkers are moving throughout our country harvesting the food our national both eats and exports. Their year is like a string of beads – a month or two of employment here – another there, tied together with travel in search of … read more.