Sunday Services begin at 10:30 am, last approximately one hour and are followed by social time.
Monthly Theme: Desire
Feb 7: “Losing Ourselves” When desire runs our lives, who do we become? How do we find ourselves once more? Rev. Jude preaching. Isabella on piano.
Feb 14: “Standing On the Side of Love: Desire and the Art of Connection” – How does desire teach us compassion and empathy? Rev. Jude preaching. Choir singing.
Feb 21: “Pop Songs About Desire – UU Values in Love Songs.” SPC service led by Liza Geonie. Isabella on piano.
Feb 28: “Inch by Inch.” Join us for our annual Stewardship service imagining together what we desire to be. Rev. Jude preaching. Choir singing.
Any musicians who are interested in performing in a Sunday service, please email Richard Hyman, Music Director: email@example.com – Thank you!
Sunday Worship Services and Children’s Religious Education are held at 10:30 a.m. Free child care is always available. At the rear of the sanctuary, a glass-enclosed Family Room enables parents of infants and toddlers to participate in the service without worrying that their youngsters are disturbing the rest of the congregation. Free professional child care is provided in the Nursery.
Sunday services at UUFH are an expression of the diversity in spiritual, secular and human philosophies. Each provides time to explore faith and ethical traditions, sing and share joys and concerns. Services are engaging and stimulating with a choir and music that is lively and entertaining. You are always welcome!
Services begin at 10:30 am, last about one hour and are followed by social time.
The UUFH has a strong tradition of lay-led Ministry. The Reverend Jude Geiger, Minister, presents approximately two out of every three services. The Sunday Program Committee plans the remaining services, often including outside speakers and UUFH members.
Upcoming sermons are listed in the Calendar. Service themes might include:
- Finding meaning in one’s life
- Learning from the wisdom and teachings of world leaders
- Celebrating interconnectedness
- Addressing ethical and social issues
- GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender) recognition
- Honoring UU heritage
- Inspiring faith
- Christmas, Hanukkah, Passover, Easter and other holidays
- World events
A mix of seriousness, humor and craft creates a thought-provoking, warm and engaging service that varies week-to-week. There are some recurring elements, such as “Lighting the Chalice” and sharing “Joys and Concerns.”
Children are a special and important part of the UUFH congregational family. On most Sundays, children attend the first 20-25 minutes of service with their families and are invited to interact with a story or a personal experience before joining their Religious Education (Sunday school) classes. Several times each year, “inter-generational services” are celebrated in which the children participate in the entire service together with adults.
The UUFH Music Director, Richard Hyman, leads music that is integral and meaningful to services, often but not always with the participation of the choir. Instrumentalists and vocalists perform in small groups or individually to enhance other services.
There’s no dress code at services. You are as likely to find sweaters and blue jeans as you are a shirt and tie or casual business attire. Please come and be comfortable.
Following the service, there is a social hour with coffee and snacks. This is an opportunity to talk with the minister and to meet members.
A table in the foyer holds literature on UUFH and Unitarian Universalism. Please ask questions and sign the UUFH mailing list.