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Sunday Services

Join us in person or online every Sunday morning at 10:45 a.m. for our weekly worship service. Click Here to join the Zoom service.

We are Proud!

Happy Pride Month! Today, and everyday, we celebrate the gifts and blessings of the LGBTQ community! And we see that LGBTQ people in our community are under enormous threat. Join us as we lift up with joy and love people of all genders and sexualities. … read more.

Celebration Through Song

Music is a vibrant ministry at UUCH. This morning, Music Director Lori Larson, the UUCH Choir, and a wide variety of UUCH musicians have joined together to offer us celebration through song.

What is our Mission?

Watch the video here. In May of 2010, the members of UUCH voted to approve our church Mission. Since then these 4 pillars: Foster lifelong spiritual growth, Strengthen our bonds of community, Support strong social justice action, & Let people know “We are here” … read more.

Youth Sunday

View the video here. Join Rev. Jaimie and Director of Religious Education, Kristen Warrington, and the UUCH children and youth for this service for All Ages! We will explore May’s theme of Creativity and celebrate some important milestones for our young people!

Ramadan Mubarak

View the video here. Our Muslim neighbors have just finished their holy time of Ramadan, where they fast, pray, and spend time in community. This Sunday UUCH welcomes Huntsville Islamic Center Imam Sheikh Ragab for a conversation about the wisdom and practices … read more.

Autism Isn’t My Superpower

Watch the recording here. April is national autism awareness month. Come hear our congregant who grew up in the church talk about his personal experiences living on the autism spectrum. He’ll talk about life on the spectrum and how you can support … read more.

Praise for the Morning

See the video here. On Easter the Christian community marks the resurrection of Jesus. For us, resurrection is a whole lot bigger than that. We find resurrection in our relationships, in returning to community after harm has occurred, in the hope of … read more.