Our services can be accessed each Sunday at 10:30AM through Zoom:
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)
The recorded services are posted on the CUC Facebook page and YouTube page later the same day of the service.
November’s Worship Theme: “Remembrance”
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: “Regeneration.” November’s worship theme is “Remembrance.”
|Sunday, November 6
Remembering the Future
We gather on the Sunday after our 125th Anniversary Gala. We are joined by Rev. Dr. Petr Samojsky, minister of our partner church in Prague, which celebrates their 100th anniversary this year. Remembering the past and considering the future, during this service Rev. Samojsky and Rev. Mol will each share a reflection on the continued relevance of Unitarian Universalism in our world.
|Sunday, November 13
A Tradition of Caring
This Sunday we explore how our tradition reminds us to care for each other. Through our covenant and through our principles we are reminded that religious communities exist to nurture and support each other.
|Sunday, November 20
All-Ages Thanksgiving Service:
What Will You Bring to the Feast?
Join us this Sunday for a fun, engaging and lively service including members of all ages. Through a service that revolves around a folktale with origins both in Africa and China, we will celebrate gratitude and the blessings of community. The CUC choir performs this Sunday.
|Sunday, November 27
Domestication and the Interconnected Web of Existence
For thousands of years, humans have engaged in some form of domestication of the natural world. From the clearing of land for crops to the selective breeding of animals to the modern industrialized slaughterhouses, humans have crafted nature to bend to their needs. The climate crisis has forced our gaze to reconsider how we interact with the natural world, and it has made us reassess our spiritual and economic priorities. How should we consider the human practice of taming the wild world in this context generally and what does this mean for our 7th principle?
This service will be led by Lily Carayannis (she/her). Lily holds a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary and a Masters of Philosophy from SUNY Stony Brook. She is a member of the Board of Trustees for UU Faith Action NJ (UUFANJ), and she is the Deputy Chief of Special Operations at the NY City Civilian Complaint Review Board, a City Agency that investigates allegations of police misconduct. Lily’s ministry stands at the intersection of ecological justice, trans rights, and racial justice. She believes that the crisis which faces America and the world can only be addressed by a steadfast dedication to the demands of justice, the power of love-in-action, and an investment in our spiritual lives.