May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
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"Here may no one be a stranger"
3800 East Genesee Street • Syracuse, NY 13214
Sunday Worship & Youth Program at 10:30am

Visiting Us


We know it's difficult to enter a large group not knowing anyone or how things are done. We want you to feel comfortable and welcome here, so we have prepared this page for you.

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A Note about summer Worship Services at MMUUS:

Summer Worship Services are a bit more low-key than the rest of the year. There is no Religious Education for children, or child care for the little ones, and the Visitor Information Table is rarely staffed. This is a good time to visit if you are church shopping, or just checking us out!


Church Shopping List - 1. Coffee; 2. Place for kids to learn about many faith traditions; 3. Coffee; 4. Welcoming congregants; 6. Intelligent thoughtful services


Dress comfortably!  Some of our folks wear suits and tie, some wear shorts and sandals, with the vast majority wearing outfits in between. Whether you dress up or dress down you won’t be alone!


Please stop by the Visitor Information table in the foyer to introduce yourself and ask questions! Sign the Welcome Book and get a name tag if you like.


Sign up your children for Religious Education classes! For more information, please visit our Religious Education Page, or get in touch with Stacy Sceiford, our Director of Religious Education.


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Join us for coffee, tea and conversation in the Social Hall after the Sunday morning Worship Service. This is a great way to get to know us!



The best way to join our community is to volunteer!  Join a committee or simply volunteer to be an usher, greeter, or decorator on Sunday morning! Sign-up sheets are in the corridor to the Social Hall. Email to let the Volunteer Coordinator for that Sunday know you are interested in volunteering.


Greeters welcome everyone as they enter. Ushers hand out the Orders of Service as people enter the Sanctuary, and collect the offering. The decorator beautifies our Sacred Shelf. More information about all three roles can be found in the Volunteer Responsibilities document.