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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Poughkeepsie is located at 67 South Randolph Avenue in the City of Poughkeepsie. For more info and directions, click here.

All services begin at 10:30am.


Summer Sundays are lay-led and informal.

There is no religious education or child-care.

July 2

Ideas of the I Ching and Yin Yang

Carol Elkins

The I Ching is the oldest book in the world. It shows how change is constantly occurring as opposites, yin and yang, interact in dynamic ways. To us, the easiest way to understand the message of the I Ching is to appreciate how much meaning we get from stories. Carol hopes to demonstrate how this works in her presentation.

July 9

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark:

The Shadow in SoulCollage

Linda Curtis and Judith Knauss

Ignoring the dark parts of ourselves doesn't make them go away: sometimes it even makes them stronger. Find out how SoulCollage® can help work through the darkness.

July 16

What About God? A Humanist Approach

Conrad Schnakenberg

Conrad will discuss changes in his thinking, current theologians ideas on god, and thoughts about god from a humanist perspective.

July 23

The Sound Bath Experience

Jenni Love Hoyt

A Sound Bath can be an unforgettable sound experience for those who seek deep relaxation, rejuvenation and an acceleration of their inward journey. Time is suspended as you enter a world of vibration, sensation and experience. Once you’ve had your first Sound Bath, you’ll want more!


This service (July 23) will be followed by a Picnic and Barbeque! Bring a dish to share and plan to stay a while! Relax and get your summer on!

July 30

Goals and Dreams

Sean Terry and Steven Farrington

Goals and dreams are important: what are yours? In this engaging and interactive service, Sean and Steven will encourage us to explore our goals and dreams, talk about how to bring them to fruition, and share our personal stories.

August 6

Hiroshima: A Pilgrimage

Pat Lamanna and Richard Mattocks

In October 2016, Pat and Richard visited Hiroshima while traveling in Japan. On the 72nd anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on that city, they will recount for you what the saw, learned and felt during their visit. There will be songs as well!

August 13

Souls United of the Hudson Valley

Souls United

Souls United, an interfaith gospel choir, will lead an interactive service, talking about their experiences, performing some of their beloved songs and lead all participants in some uplifting songs.

August 20

A Map of Your Life

Jon Hodos

Maps can be useful tools with which to navigate the world. What would the map of your life look like? Where have you been, where are you now, and where are you headed? Jon will help us get our bearings.


This service (August 20) will be followed by a Picnic and Barbeque! Bring a dish to share and plan to stay a while! Maximize your summer fun!

August 27

Music Through the Ages

Mary Ann Osgood with the Madrigals and Guys

September 3

Living UU Outside the USA

Rachael and Bruce Epstein

Join Rachael and Bruce for an exploration of UU fellowships and practices from elsewhere in the world.

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