Enter, Rejoice, and Come in...
Welcome to the Fourth Unitarian Society of Westchester in Mohegan Lake, New York. Our fellowship is a liberal religious community where members and friends gather to support each other in spiritual journeys and to give service to the wider world of which we are a part.
We are a caring and inclusive spiritual community of children, youth, and adults who honor differences and support open-minded spiritual exploration and ethical development.
We celebrate life, nurture each other, and provide support in loving and open-hearted acceptance.
We commit ourselves to social justice through action in our local community and the larger world.
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Religious Education is available for children 3 - 5 years of age. The nursery is staffed for the youngest.
October 2, 10:30am
"Healing Broken Relationships"
The Jewish holy days of Rosh Hashannah include a focus on return to covenant. Our UU faith requires the combined commitment to valuing each person and community. Within those values, how do we know when and if to accept brokenness? Can we know when and maybe even how to begin to heal or work with the brokenness? Rev. Karen Brammer
October 9, 10:30am
What is Empathy? Definition, blocks, listening skills, in our everyday lives, workplaces, and relationships. George Conigilo
October 30, 10:30am
"Movies and Meaning in Our Lives"
We explore several films from the 20th and 21st centuries that engage our spirits and challenge our lives.Susan Schefflein
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News and Events
September 24 and October 8
10AM-Noon (two sessions)
"Beyond the Partisan Divide"
Led by Rev Karen Brammer and 4th UU member Rachel Bloom.
Presentation and discussion is based on a UU curriculum. Learn some science to understand why the divide happens, and what we can do to work with it. Consider bringing someone whose political perspective differs from your own!
Donations are welcome, but not required.
October 1, 10am-4pm
FINE ART AND CRAFT SALE
Support local artisans who offer beautiful handcrafted items. Bake sale and raffle, too.
October 22, 6-9pm
Come for a fun evening with a silent auction for items such as a T-shirt quilt, improv lessons, computer instruction, estate planning, vacation rental, plumbing work, custom portraits and so much more. Raffle tickets will also be sold for donations from local businesses. Lots of fun, and a great way to obtain services you need and want in a way that benefits the community. ALSO, 15% of proceeds go to CHOP/Fred's Food Pantry.