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Our Mission at The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist is to grow as a caring, justice-making, anti-racist, diverse, spiritual community.

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Rev. Carlos R. Martinez
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As a Unitarian Universalist congregation, we encourage one another "to grow our souls" -- to pursue our personal religious and spiritual journeys in a warm, caring and supportive community and to make a better world for all. Explore our site to find out how you can "grow your soul" at Community.

Grow Your Soul

This Sunday's Worship
Service 11 am

Religious Education & Family Ministries
Our Sunday School and More

Share Your Gifts

“We, the members of The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist, embrace the transforming vision of the "Beloved Community" — a just world in which all persons can share equitably in the wealth of the world, and freely develop their gifts and potential...read our vision
 

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Navigators Offer Immiigration Legal Assistance

We provide free immigration legal consultations on site. Events are by appointment only- walk-ins are not guaranteed a consultation. To make an appointment, please call/text 347-921-0631 or email cccscommclinics@gmail.com.

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TheaterWorks! Short Plays On Caregiving at CUNY
Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 7 PM | Elebash Recital Hall
Click here to RSVP for free tickets

Join us for an evening of short plays written and performed by PSC-CUNY members who are involved with the care of an elderly, ill, or disabled family member. The plays focus on the care relationship, the labor involved, and its impact on the life and work of CUNY faculty, staff and retirees. The featured plays were written in a playwriting workshop led by Working Theater’s Joe White as part of “The Labor of Care Archive: Caregiver Narratives from CUNY and its Communities,” organized by Kathy McDonald as part of the Mellon Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research.

This performance is free and open to the public, but please click here to RSVP.

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Ordination of Emily DeTar Birt
Saturday, May 26, 1 pm, Unitarian Church of Staten Island

Many Community Church members and friends will remember Emily who did a field education internship here a few years ago.  Everyone is invited to this wonderful celebration of her ordination.  Rev. Cheryl M. Walker will offer the homily. Invitation

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A UU-UNO Event

WE’RE STILL IN: - Faith-Based Organizations and Climate Change
An Observance of World Environment Day - Flyer
Monday, June 4, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Church Center for the United Nations | 777 UN Plaza, 2nd Floor
Registration

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Making NY Count in 2020 Conference
Thursday, June 19 – NY Law School – 8 am-5:30 pm - Flyer

An invitation from New York Immigration Coalition to a conference sponsored by New York Counts 202 and the Impact Center of the Public Interest Law at NY Law School!  (Community Church is now a member of NYIC.)   It's going to be an informative and engaging conference. Learn what is at stake and how to prepare for the 2020 Census!

NYIC hopes for at least two people from Community to attend since it will have concurrent panel discussions and this way, we won't miss anything!   Please contact Rev. Carlos if you plan to attend.  The link to register for the conference, "Making New York Count in 2020" is now open.  Please click on this link to register ($20): bit.ly/makingnycount 

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Special Presentation by Jeff Behler, Regional Director, US Census
Panel Topics Include:

• Then and Now:Challenges for 2020 Census
• Identifying Hard to Count Communities
• Best practices to Reach Hard to Count Communities
• Effective Messaging: How to Make It Personal
• State & Local Government and Community Partnerships
• Funders Interested in an Accurate Count
• Completing the Census Online: Pros and Cons
• And more...

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Universal Love in Action - Murray Grove Homecoming 2018
Friday, September 28th to Sunday, September 30th
Currently in the planning stages. Check back for updates!

Theme speaker – Robin Tanner has agreed and will invite Rev. Charles Boyer, her co-leader in NJ Prophetic Agenda to do a Revival Gathering together on Saturday morning 10-11:00 or -11:30
Sunday preacher – Richard Gilbert has agreed with this title "The Love that Will Not Let Us Go - or Off"
Friday night – low key, relaxing  / Debut the new video / Reception / Music – Pat Lamanna and Charlene Lehey – have agreed to play
Workshops – Fundraising for Social Justice workshop – Gary Nissenbaum / “Welcoming Strangers” –  John Morgan   / Rob Gregson, ED of UU Faith Action may want to offer a workshop on advocacy

 

Last Published: May 22, 2018 7:28 PM