First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany
This seminar will be held at the UU but the seminar is not hosted by the UU. The phone number is only to be used if you are lost or have UU questions. Please direct any questions about the seminar itself to Grisha & Empowered Animals.
FUUSA is located at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Robin Street, across from the University at Albany (SUNYA) downtown campus.
- From the West: Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 24. Continue on I-90 east.
- From the North: Take the Northway (I-87) south to Exit 1E. Continue on I-90 east.
- From the South: Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 23. Take I-787 north to I-90, go west on I-90.
- From the East: Take the Mass. Pike (I-90) to NYS Thruway Exit B-1, go west on I-90.
Continuing from I-90: Take Exit 6 (Arbor Hill) onto Henry Johnson Boulevard and continue to a stoplight intersection at Central Avenue. Continue straight through the light, and turn right about 20 feet later on Washington Avenue. In one block, go with right fork to continue on Washington Avenue. In about three blocks you will be facing our sanctuary entrance and steeple. The University at Albany Hawley Lot will be on your left at the corner of Robin Street and Washington Avenue. The weekday entrance of the church is at 405 Washington Avenue, facing the University buildings.
Parking for Cars and Bicycles at FUUSA
Street parking is always available. In addition, there is a sturdy bike rack on the Washington Avenue side of FUUSA, where bicyclists can safely secure their bicycles.
There are ramp entrances to FUUSA on Washington Avenue and on West Street. Please let Grisha know if you will be bringing a service dog.
FUUSA is right on the #12 bus line, a block from the #10 bus line, and two blocks from the #1, #2, and #55 bus lines. Please check the latest schedules on the CDTA web site. Following are 2 route and schedule links for the #12, Washington Avenue and #1, Central Avenue buses.
Info from the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany:
"We welcome everyone. Our Unitarian Universalist community seeks truth and deeper meaning, pursues justice through inspired action, and cultivates compassion and love for all connected by the web of life."
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