As part of our search for a new, settled minister, your Ministerial Search Committee has developed a survey to provide an opportunity for the congregation to express their ideas and opinions about the church’s future, and the type of minister we would like to lead us to that future.
Author: UUCH Web Team
During August and September, we are sharing the Sunday offering with Knight’s Village.
If you have a favorite nonprofit you’d like for UUCH to support, nominate it for future sharing by contacting the Social Justice Committee.
The Church Office will be closed August 17 – August 24. If you need assistance during that time, please email or call (256) 534-0508. All inquiries will be answered within 24 hours.
Dear UUCH Member,
This Saturday morning, from 9 am to noon, you will have the unique
opportunity to participate in a workshop that will address the ideals
and biases that we may have related to our next settled minister. This
workshop, called … read more.
Dear UUCH Member,
This Saturday morning, from 9 am to noon, you will have the unique opportunity to participate in a workshop that will address the ideals and biases that we may have related to our next settled minister. This workshop, called Beyond Categorical … read more.
August through September, we will share the Sunday offering with the Huntsville nonprofit Knight’s Village.
Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee
With 29 total ballots cast, the rankings for our Name That Newsletter Contest are:
4th place, with 3 votes – The Broadmor Bulletin
3rd place, with 4 votes – The NUUsletter
2nd place, with 6 votes – The Chalice Flame
1st place, with 10 votes – … read more.
The first two sessions in our Studying the Bible series examined creation myths and Parables. The series will continue in August.
This series offers a UU Adult Religious Education context where we will discuss sections of the Bible, with an … read more.
This Sunday (8/11) after church we need your help replacing chair seats and backs. Pizza will be provided for lunch. Children are welcome as helpers, though child care not provided. We expect to be done by 3 p.m. but will be done sooner with more … read more.
The start of the school year marks the end of summer and the return to our routines and schedules. It’s also a signal for the beginning of a new church year.
Each year, UU congregations around the
country celebrate the end of the summer season and … read more.