Today we will explore the historic relationship between the evolution of human consciousness and Unitarian Universalism over the past two centuries. This will lead us to an exploration of the relationships among evolution, adult development stages, and conscious evolution today and how all of this … read more.
Poet Emily Dickinson says, “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all.” In this Easter service, participants will be invited to count the blessings of springtime and open their hearts … read more.
The first day of May is fast approaching. In some socialist countries May Day is an important date in the struggle of working people to live in an egalitarian society. We’ll anticipate the day, not with political speeches and rallies, but with story and song, … read more.
Psalm 96 from the Jewish Scriptures invites human beings to “Sing to the Lord a new song.” It further says, “Sing to the Lord all the Earth.” The Earth is surely singing now in springtime. The frogs are calling in the night. The geese are … read more.
The congregation has been the sole support of this religious community for more than 65 years. This year, as in the past, members and friends will be asked to contribute generously, as they are able, to support the Fellowship. For members and friends this is … read more.
Our Whole Lives (OWL): Lifespan Human Sexuality Education is a transformative program that the UUA continues to steward as it evolves with our collective consciousness. Therese Fitzmaurice, director of youth programming here at HUUF will offer her humble perspective on why this program matters as … read more.
Homelessness in the richest county in the history of the world is just one example of the ways in which our economic system does great injury to human beings and to the planet. Clearly this system needs to be adjusted to support people and to … read more.
We will celebrate in music the journey the Fellowship has made from its beginnings in the Eureka Labor Temple to our current home and transition to a new minister. The 11 a.m. service will be followed by the Congregational Meeting.
As UUs, we are concerned about climate change because of its effects on future generations, those less privileged, and the interdependent web of existence. But we often don’t know what we can do. Our speaker is a researcher who has found that we may overlook … read more.
When we bear witness to someone else’s story, we have the privilege and opportunity to take a little piece of the burden that person carries and hold it for them. Sometimes what is being shared is a boulder that the teller is struggling to carry. … read more.