Topic: Connecting

“Looking Forward, Looking Back”

On May 12, 1961, the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America merged to form our combined faith and the Unitarian Universalist Association. On this, the 60th anniversary of that merger, we will remember that history, reflect on how far our faith has … read more.

“The Progressive Religious Impulse”

Unitarian Universalism is a relatively new approach to religion, and also has ancient roots. What is the thread that connects us to our past and informs how we approach our future? And how does being aware of this thread help us live our lives today?

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Commitment Sunday

Who we love, who we choose, how we support each other, this is what tells us who we are and what we value. David Brooks writes, “Our lives are stories of recommitment.” We are nearing the threshold, we are visioning the time to come when … read more.

“Christmas Eve”

For Unitarian Universalists, Christmas Eve is a night of celebration and wonder. We remember that each night a child is born is a holy night and that we are connected to one another through ancient tradition and ritual. Join us for this special evening service … read more.

“The Longest Night”

The Winter Solstice is the threshold where we pass from longer nights to longer days. This is a sweet and sacred time. In community we reflect and imagine as we cross this threshold together. Join us for this ritual of firelight, sharing, and song.
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“Growing in Faith”

Rev. Jaimie has just served on the ministerial fellowshipping committee, the body that evaluates and approves candidates for UU ministry. And this week, UUCH is welcoming in new members who are excited to join this loving community. No matter how long Unitarian Universalism has been … read more.

“You Never Know Who is Listening”

This week, Martha Barnette, the co-host of NPRs “A Way With Words”, will lead our worship service. She will reflect on her dad’s personal story of being born into abject poverty in the mountains of North Carolina — literally in a log cabin! … read more.