Celebrate Easter and Passover with Us
Progressive Community Seder
Saturday, April 4, 2015 at 6 pm
Enjoy a delicious, traditional home-cooked Passover Dinner while we read and sing through our Unitarian Universalist Haggadah.
This family friendly, progressive Seder, will be led by children and adults.
Sunday, April 5, 2015 at 10:30 am
“Finding Meaning and Hope”
This month’s worship theme is Trust.
We’ll look at the positive aspects of trust in relation to the story of Easter.
UUFH Sunday Worship Services &
Children’s Religious Education are held
every Sunday at 10:30 a.m
On different roads we travel here
To meet as one on common ground;
To seek the truth with open minds,
With loving hearts and helping hands.
“Open minds…loving hearts…helping hands,” sing our children.
“Open minds” because we welcome diverse spiritual paths that enrich us on our journey.
“Loving hearts” because we care for all people of all ages, races and sexual orientation.
“Helping hands” because we work to make our values real in the world.
In this Fellowship you will find:
Some are at the beginning, tasting a variety of practices and teachings in order to find the way that touches them; others have found a path that guides them to deeper wisdom and compassion. All value sharing and learning from each other.
We live our values by helping others and working toward a world that is more just and peaceful.
Religious exploration is not just for kids! We are all learning for as long as we live. We are a curious people, excited to learn and to share what we have experienced.
A caring community.
Some describe our congregation as their “chosen family” because we care for one another. We extend our compassion both inside and outside of our walls.
People who enjoy one another.
Laughter is never far away – the kind of laughter that comes from enjoying the whimsy of life.