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May 23, 2021

Worship Service

Join us on Zoom for our online worship service, and stay with us after service for our virtual coffee hour. For more information on joining our virtual services, check out the visitor’s page.
May 24, 2021

Women of All Ages

UUCJ Women of All Ages meet via Zoom on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 5:30 pm. All UUCJ women are invited. To receive an invitation, email your name, email address, and phone number to Joyce Milford (thumprm@gmail.com) with the title “UUCJ Women.”
Jun 6, 2021

Unitarian Universalism: Then & Now

This class will plot the fascinating and inspiring  journey to our current statement of “Principles and Purposes,” which outlines our shared core commitments. It is designed for both newcomers as well as long term members. Register to receive the Zoom link. Register
Jun 7, 2021

First Monday Daytime Book Club

The First Monday Daytime Book Club is open to all members and friends of UUCJ and would welcome new faces. If you are interested in attending the next meeting on Zoom, please contact Barbara Robinson by email at bjr2447@gmail.com.
Jun 10, 2021

Books at Seven, Second Thursday

Join this casual book club to talk about what you’re reading and share conversations with other avid readers!  Allen Tilley facilitates the group and participants discuss the books that interest them.  What are you reading?  Fiction, history, politics, poetry, humor?   Share your current favorite and discover a new one!   If you’re interested in joining, you can find the Zoom link on the Breeze calendar (you need a member login to access).
Jun 13, 2021

Building Your Own Theology

This curriculum was developed by Rev. Dr. Richard Gilbert, minister emeritus of the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY, who claims that “religion is that core of ultimate meaning, values, and convictions out of which we live our lives….theology is the intellectual process of analyzing, clarifying, criticizing, articulating, and symbolizing those values, meanings, and convictions that grow out of experience.”  Topics included will be personal religious odyssey, liberal religious experience, ultimate reality, human nature, ethics, and personal credo.  It will be…