2021 Albany Post Road, Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520                     914-271-4283

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the
Hudson Valley


Our Congregation's Mission Statement:


Inspired by love, our mission is
to seek our true nature, connect openly and deeply,
and act for justice.



Who Are We?


We are a vibrant community of people who come from multiple faith traditions, and who have found a home here where diverse opinions and journeys are welcomed.  We currently have about 101 adult members and, in addition, about 40 children participate in our religious education programs.  Many others join us regularly as welcomed friends and guests.


One of the more common comments we hear from visitors who attend our services is: “I wish I had known about you before now! I think I’ve been a Unitarian Universalist all along and didn’t know it.”


Our congregation belongs, as do most UU congregations, to the Unitarian Universalist Association. As a congregation and as individuals, we affirm the seven principles outlined by the UUA, and we draw from the six sources described. These principles and sources are published on the UUA website (uua.org).


Our Covenant


As a community that is committed to living, working, and worshiping with each other in ways that foster our individual and collective growth, we agree to live by our covenant:


We, the members of the UU Congregation of the Hudson Valley, commit to these mutual promises to nurture and enhance our spiritual growth and define how we will interact respectfully in order to strengthen the bonds of our beloved community.


We affirm and covenant to: listen actively and respectfully, be accepting of all voices, seek full and equitable participation, use language of kindness, assume positive intent, approach conflict directly, working toward a mutually acceptable resolution through honest interaction and compromise, express gratitude for the efforts of others, honor each other's personal journeys. To create an atmosphere of trust and safety, we agree to call each other back into covenant and to forgive ourselves and others. This covenant is a living document which can be reviewed by the congregation at any time and adapted as needed.


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