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Camp Unirondack: Learning, Living, and working the UU principles

Kathie Woehr

Kathie was raised in a UU family. Starting at 13, she went to Unirondack as a camper, then as a Camp Counselor, to Kitchen Wench, to being in charge of the kitchen. At (almost) 40, she will share some camp stories and relate her summers to our Principles and how she lives her life today.

Recent News

  • Sunday, August 28 August 26, 2016 Gretchen Norris
           Mountain Light Universalist Unitarian Church is offering the community an opportunity to get to know our church.  Are you curious about what guides Unitarian Universalists to follow their faith? If so, join us this Sunday, August 28, as long-time member, Kasey Castleberry, brings to us, a talk entitled “A Spiritual Response ...
  • Courage to Care August 22, 2016 Kasey Castleberry

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    This Sunday, when our scheduled speaker was unable to attend, Service Leader Col. Bruce Wood, US Army (Retired), delivered what became a rousing sermon on how we, as a faith community, were morally obligated to respond compassionately to those suffering through PTSD and other related conditions. ...

  • Aimee Cribbs Is Inspired to Educate August 19, 2016 Kasey Castleberry

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    Congratulations to Mountain Light UUC member, Dr. Amy Cribbs.  She is the latest honoree of the Inspired2Educate program, sponsored by PeopleAdmin, a leader in talent management software for K-12 and higher education.  To read more, please click here.  Great job, Aimee!

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Our Stories

LorraineJ.2016aI came to Mountain Light as an act of defiance towards a fundamentalist Christian rehab group that required my daughter to attend church each Sunday that she was allowed home.  I could not bear the churches that were approved for her and, in desperation, remembered Mountain Light.  My daughter and I walked in not knowing what to expect and immediately I felt that I had arrived home! The rehab group wasn't happy with my choice but I definitely was.

My experience here is one of love and acceptance no matter where you are at in your life or spiritual journey. I love being surrounded by thoughtful, intelligent people who allow me to better understand other viewpoints on many different subjects and agreement with those viewpoints isn't a requirement. How joyful and freeing that is!

I understand now why I was never quite comfortable in the religion of my childhood. I was a Unitarian Universalist my entire life but I just didn't know what it was or what to call it. I can't imagine not having this loving community of friends to lift my spirits and challenge my world view each week!