Faith In Action
At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington (UUFH), our vision is to make the world a better place.
Our focus goes beyond worship, Religious Education and caring for one another. Putting our beliefs into actions is integral to our religion. The Seven Principles guide both children and adults as we reach out into the community. Ours is a long history of involvement outside of our congregation. Sometimes we work as individuals, sometimes as a group. Efforts may involve personal participation or financial support. Some efforts are solely by the children, adults or families.
We have marched in Washington DC and Selma, Alabama, worked for desegregation and abortion rights and more affordable housing in Huntington. We opposed the Vietnam and Iraq wars, the genocide in Africa, as well the use of torture through congregational resolutions. In addition to these issues of peace and poverty, the UUFH has taken a strong, pro-active stand on environmental and GLBT concerns.
The congregation provides the UUFH building for meetings and community-based activities such as Community Supported Agriculture, PFLAG, Friends of the Mentally Ill and the Gay Pride Chorus.
By putting our faith into action, we believe the world will be a better place.
There are are a variety of ways you and your family can get involved in the larger community as a member of the UUFH.
Please contact the office for more information.