Our sanctuary currently has a capacity of 60 seats due to our COVID-19 safety measures. Therefore we are asking you to register to attend our worship services in person.
Our services can be accessed each Sunday at 10:30AM through Zoom:
https://tinyurl.com/CUCSundayServices (Meeting ID: 950 5267 2835; Password: 183503)
If needed, you may also dial into the audio portion of the service only:
Call 646-876-9923 (Meeting ID: 950 5267 2835; Password: 183503)
May’s Worship Theme: “Courage”
This congregational year we will explore a different theme each month through our worship services. Our monthly themes each represent an aspect of our theme for the entire congregational year: “Growing Toward Our Future.” May’s worship theme is “Courage.”
|Sunday, May 1
Community Sunday featuring the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Each congregational year, we set aside three Sundays to both celebrate and support a community partner. This is an opportunity for CUC to use its worship time for us to focus our collective loving kindness and sense of justice on those who share our community. This Community Sunday we feature the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
|Sunday, May 8
This Sunday we celebrate courageous choices we make in our lives including the choices we make as mothers. As part of our service this Mother’s Day we will also take a moment to recognize the full spectrum of motherhood within our congregation.
|Sunday, May 15
Mental Health and Courage
May is mental health awareness month, and CUC is designated a “Stigma-Free Zone.” The Stigma-Free initiative is a county-wide program, aiming to reduce the stigma of mental illness. This Sunday, we will consider the connections between mental health and our monthly worship theme of courage.
|Sunday, May 22
All-Ages RE Sunday
In this all-ages service, we celebrate all the work of our Religious Education program this year. We will also take time to recognize the contributions of our Director of Religious Education, Lynn Sodora, who will be leaving CUC at the end of this congregational year.
|Sunday, May 29
“Fret Less, Sigh More”
Conflict is inevitable. Does that idea stress you out? Understandable. Yet not only is Conflict inevitable, it may very well be the driving force of theology, human understanding, and existence itself. And what’s in a sigh? Why do people who lead meditation guide us to “Breathe in a breath of Life; Breathe out a breath of Peace?” Our service this morning is led by CUC-member John Freund.