We come together from diverse traditions as a welcoming, religious community with shared values, seeking spiritual growth, lifelong religious education, and fellowship. We strive to promote justice, acceptance, and compassion in the world.
Please watch a short video (follow this link) and listen to some of our members talking about our congregation.
Join us at 10:30 a.m. Sunday mornings, at our new church in Housatonic, 1089 Main St. Housatonic, Great Barrington, MA.
⇒ Map and Directions to our Housatonic church.
UPCOMING WORSHIP SERVICES:
May 3 – "The Ocean and the Drop” – Rev. Carol Allman-Morton – Today we explore compassion and our own power in the world. Weather permitting, we will dance the May Pole after worship. – Music: Lisa Maras, piano.
May 10 – "Nurture" – Rev. Carol Allman-Morton – On Mother's Day we honor those who mothered us throughout our lives. – Music: Lisa Maras, piano.
May 17 – “Finding It Where You Are” – Phoebe Williams – Phoebe has a BA in Classics from Trinity College and a Masters in Psychology and Religion from Andover Newton Theological School. She has led yoga classes at Kripalu and been Director of Religious Education for three local churches. – Music: Lisa Maras, piano.
May 24 – "Memorial Sunday" – Rev. Carol Allman-Morton – Whether we have held a weapon in our hand, been under direct threat of violence, or loved someone for whom this is true, war has touched all our lives. Today we honor the memories of those who lost their lives in war and consider what it might take to live in peace. – Music: Lisa Maras, piano. Share the Plate: Railroad Street Youth Project (RSYP).
May 31 – “Why Do We Have to Talk About This?" – Ray Garnett – Ray Garnett, a lifelong UU, joined the UUMSB and the Welcoming Congregation Committee last fall. Ray was a first-grade teacher for six years in North Carolina and is now learning to be a bookseller from his aunt, Bonnie Benson. – Marion Rose, piano.
3rd Friday Gatherings
The Membership and Growth Committee is sponsoring 3rd Friday Gatherings providing entertainment, timely discussions or pot luck dinners for both our congregation and the community. Follow this link for schedule and details.
Film Screenings and Discussions
Multicultural BRIDGE is presenting film screenings and discussions in April and May for the documentaries The Fix (5/3, 5/5) and The Anonymous People (4/27, 5/8). Follow this link for schedule and details.
New page on our website
Check out our new external links page for information (websites, video links) on various organizations and inititatives, such as UUA, UU Mass Action, UU Service Committee, Standing on the Side of Love.