Sunday Service: June 21, 2020

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Prodigal Daughter

Gathering Music Come, Sing a Song With Me
Virtual SongbUUrds.  #346
Welcome Rev. Patty Hanneman
Lighting the Chalice
Call to Worship We Light Our Chalice For Fathers and For Fatherhood, by Rev. Peter Friedrichs
Opening Hymn When the Summer Sun is Shining  #66

David Yelton and Aviva Enoch

Invoking the Elements
Hymn Chant for the Seasons, Summer verse  #73
Joys, Sorrows and Milestones
Reading Luke 15: 11-32 
Music Interlude Bells of St. Genevieve, by Marin Marais (French Baroque music performed by father/son duo–Cornell Benson and David Benson)
Homily Prodigal Daughter

Rev. Patty Hanneman

Closing Music When I Am Frightened   #1012

Aviva Enoch

Thanking the Elements, Extinguishing the Chalice and Opening the Circle
Musical Benediction Be Safe, Be Well, by Dan Berggren
David Yelton

We share our plate offerings this month with Orange Justice United, our local broad-based community organizing group.  Please support them (and UUCH) generously by making a one-time monthly donation through our website at  Thank you!

Special announcement: The 5th Monday of each month, UUCH feeds the hungry in Northern Orange through a “no forms required” food distribution program called “Food for All.” Sherri Woody is the coordinator of this effort. Learn more and Please sign up to help by clicking here.


Coffee Hour immediately following at

Meeting ID: 989 7461 4496

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Special support for one another during the pandemic:

As a congregation during these challenging times of COVID-19, we have come up with creative ways to continue our Sunday services (online—Facebook), and to connect with each other (through Neighborhood Circle Zoom meetings).  We are indeed coming up with numerous ways to support each other in emotional, spiritual, and healthful ways while coping with the challenges and fears associated with this pandemic. The MinCo and Worship Teams are developing guidelines for when and how we might begin gathering on the grounds at UUCH again. Stay Tuned.