Speaker: Worship Committee
This Sunday is Easter for all of Christendom, and we at UUCH have a wonderful way of celebrating the arrival of spring, the resurrection of nature and our spirits, and the life-giving noises of animals and insects abuzz all around … read more.
Since ancient days, people have gathered at the time of the winter solstice to welcome the sun and the return of light. In the darkest season of the year, we too are invited to gather in community to … read more.
In the Mexican tradition, the dead are honored with beautiful altars, music, dancing, and offerings of their favorite foods. We are grateful for rituals that encourage us to open our hearts and express our … 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.
Music is a powerful thing, and music sung together can move the spirit. This Sunday, we will lift our voices, move our bodies, and celebrate the joy that music brings to our Sunday services. Old favorites and some new tunes will lift your spirit and … read more.
Being grateful doesn’t always come easily, especially when the Universe seems to be working directly against you. This week we explore the simple gratitude that can be found in our busy and chaotic world. We will also honor the dedicated service … read more.
Join us as we enjoy original works and those of some of our favorite poets at this year’s Annual Poetry Sunday.
Our theme this year is Spirituality.
This Pride Sunday, we will be exploring the “T” in LGBT+ by sharing the Trans experience through the voices of those who have experienced transitioning first-hand. Join us in the journey of expanding our inclusiveness and confirming our … read more.
As the sun turns once again to bring light and warmth to the world, let us gather in friendship and fellowship, to be warmed by the poetry of familiar carols and stories. May the myth and mystery of the season open us to the everyday miracle of … read more.