First Unitarian Society of Ithaca is located at the corner of Buffalo and Aurora Street (306 N. Aurora St.) and everyone is welcome! Guests must be masked during service and must sign in upon arrival. Join us after service at Coffee Hour for a time of connection. Everyone should remain masked for the first ten minutes until coffee is served, at which point those who feel comfortable doing so may remove their masks for the duration of Coffee Hour.

Beginning Sunday June 19, we will offer informal summer services in the church parlor at 9:30 am. Regular services resume on Sunday September 11 at 10:30 am in the church sanctuary. Our services feature inspiring words, music, and stories exploring themes in a multigenerational context. Please enter through the “Garden Entrance” (the double doors between the church and the yellow Parish House on Aurora St.).

We are excited to welcome you!


Summer Services

June 19 “We are all Metaphysical” speaker Elton Hall

June 26 “The Iroquois Commons and the Ithaca Commons” speaker David Schwartz

July 3 “Faces in the Crowd: thoughts on interpersonal connections in the face of global division” speaker Magdalen Lindeberg

July 10 “Reflections on Happiness Amidst Loss” speaker Edna Brown

July 17 “The Hard Questions of UUism “speaker Preston Wilson

July 24 “Reproductive Justice” speaker Nancy Miller

July 31 “Stages of the Spiritual Journey” speaker Alice McDowell

August 7 “Consumers and Shapers” speaker Margaret Nichols

August 14 “The Do-Gooders Dilemma: Charity Work vs. Justice Work” speaker John Gaines

August 21 “Adrift” speaker Don Barber

August 29 “Growing up in White America” speaker Barbara Shew

September 4 TBA