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to seek our true nature,

connect openly and deeply,
and act for justice.

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Whatever the FAITH and TRADITIONS of your past, 
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tHIS SUNDAY 5/9/20 at 10:00 a.m.

"A Long, Long Time Ago"

rev. dr. joshua snyder, minister

Theme for this month is story.  Stories central to a lot of religions in the form of myths.  Stories engage us far more than abstract philosophical treatises on the nature of life.  While we normally think of these myths as far removed from our every day life, we are in fact swimming in stories all the time.  One of the most popular myths from our time is George Lucas' franchise Star Wars.  With the recent Star Wars Day on May 4, we will learn about myths using a very familiar set of stories as our guide.  Remember, the Force will be with you, always.

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Our children got in good trouble this year. Click below and see!
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Black Lives Matter Art Show

HIGHLIGHTS

The 8th Principle

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unitarian universalism

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The 8th Principle is a new principle proposed in 2013 by two Unitarian Universalists Paula Cole Jones and Bruce Pollack-Johnson. It addresses how we need to dismantle systemic racism and other forms of oppression. It has been adopted by more than thirty-three Unitarian Universalist congregations to date, and many others considering adoption in the coming year. The UUA is considering adopting it in June of 2022. The UUCHV Board plans to vote on it at our Annual Meeting in June 2021.

The 8th Principle States

We, the members of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Hudson Valley, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.”

The UUCHV 8th Principle Task Force was appointed by the UUCHV Board to provide opportunities for members and friends to learn about the principle through suggested readings and videos.

 

You will find a link below to all the bi-weekly eNews editions and suggested learning resources about the 8th Principle in case you missed any.

 

Read about the 8th Principle – Why Now?  Background and History

 

​ See All Suggested Resources CLICK HERE

 

8Th Principle Task Force: Betsy Tomic,

Sheri Brown, Jim Russell, Eddy Fried,

Ginny Stillman, and Leah Nelson

open to members/friends

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Open to Members/Friends of UUCHV

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UUA GENERAL ASSEMBLY

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Circle 'Round for Justice ● Healing ● Courage is the theme for General Assembly 2021. GA is a time to circle ‘round in community.

We circle ‘round in care and healing; for liberation and justice; and for love and courage.

Get ready to Circle ‘Round…

The best sermons, worship, presentations/discussions/meetups on a wide range of UU topics, music (pause) wonderful music…a few spots are still open for the famous UUA GA Choir and so much more.  This is all built around our policy/legislative sessions.  You can be part of our democratic faith making its decisions.  The time to sign up to be a UUCHV delegate -- and vote on measures important to our time and our faith -- is NOW.

 

Registration is $200 per person. Financial support for registration as well as a payment plan are available. General Assembly registrants receive access to the 2021 Online Participation Portal, including live, simulive, and on-demand video content, the virtual exhibit hall, chat features, support, and a (new!) GA mobile app.

Register now!

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WHO WE ARE

Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal, non-creedal religion-- meaning we are bound together not by dogma or doctrine, but by our commitment to be in intentional and thoughtful relationship with one another as we walk the journey of seeking the truth. 

As a community that is committed to living, working, and worship with each other in ways that foster individual and collective growth, we agree to live by our covenant.

To create an atmosphere of trust and safety, we agree to call each other back into covenant and to forgive ourselves and others.