April 19th - Earth Day: Joys, Sorrows and Milestones
One of our early Unitarian forebears, Henry David Thoreau, went to Walden Pond in order to “drive life into a corner and reduce it to its lowest terms.” He spent two years living a deliberately simplified life, and found that returning was more difficult than he had expected. This morning we will reflect on Thoreau’s experience and his message to modern America in celebration of Earth Day. Rev. Patty Hanneman, with Jean-Michel Margot as Worship Associate.
April 26th - Transforming Congregations: a Minister's Perspective
The Committee on Shared Ministry has almost completed a five-year project that included defining UUCH's mission, writing covenants of how to be together, and a plan for our future. This month our congregational leaders formed a task force to address the very last piece of the puzzle: how we best govern ourselves. Rev. Patty will reflect on lessons learned along the way and what to expect next. Rev. Patty Hanneman with Rebecca Welper as Worship Associate.
Religious Education for Children – Each Sunday at 10:30 am
Early Room - Ages 0-5
Kids Room - Ages 6-12
Youth Group - Ages 13-17
Wednesday Evenings 1st and 3rd of each month at 7:00pm
Tuesday Evenings 1st and 3rd of each month from 6:45pm-8:45pm