Services are normally held at 10:30 AM in the Church Sanctuary at 306. N. Aurora Street, Ithaca, NY. We look forward to being able to gather for in-person worship with you again soon.

Until further notice, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, FUSIT Sunday worship will be only online on our website at 10:30am. Please join us for some time of connection, reflection, music, poetry, and inspiration.

The theme of “Stillness”

Thursday, December 24 – “Beacon of Hope: A Christmas Eve Service” @ 7pm- Join us for an evening of candlelight, carols, story, and music as we celebrate Christmas Eve and the power of love to guide us through life’s challenges.

Sunday, December 27 – David Salomon “Sharing our Stories: Holidays Past, Holidays Future” – In this informal live service, come listen to and
share your own favorite holiday stories and traditions and tell us your wishes for the New Year and beyond. Who knows, we may even play
a game or two!

The theme of “Imagination”

Sunday, January 3 – “Sing Along” – Join Music Director Stephanie Ortolano and Director of Religious Exploration Emily Richards as we sing in the New Year. Favorite songs of the season, songs for kids, hymns old and new. We will be singing live over Zoom from the Sanctuary.

Sunday, January 10 – Rev. Margaret Weis “The Threshold Moment” – We are living in the in-between time where little is certain and much of what we’ve known as “normal” is changed. What can we learn about how we move forward into the new future and how can we imagine a new normal that is more just and more loving, instead of just more of the same?

Sunday, January 17 – Rev. Margaret Weis “One Wild and Precious Life” – On this first anniversary of the poet Mary Oliver’s death, we will reflect together on her poem Summer Day. We will consider the role that imagination plays in our lives and how it helps to shape our futures.

Sunday, January 24 – Rev. Margaret Weis “Imagining a New Future” – How are we impacted by the stories we’ve been told about what is possible? What role does our imagination play in how we see our future? How can we imagine the world as a better place than we found it? Join us as we reflect on these things together.

Sunday, January 31 – “TBA”