Archives: Services

Hiroshima and Nagasaki 75 Years Later

It’s been seven decades since these two events rocked the world. In all that time, and with all that reflection, what have we learned, if anything? Are we human beings somehow different with how we deal with each other? What, if anything, do we hope … read more.

Books as Inspiration

Reading opens whole new worlds to us. It’s a gateway into lush gardens of thought, attitude, inspiration and speculation, providing new views into imagination and possibilities for action. Bring one or two of your favorite books and be ready to share their essence. Maybe bring … read more.

What Nourishes My Soul in Times of Change

Berti will share some ideas to set off our thinking caps. Then, together we’ll share practices, perceptions, actions, etc., which may help each of us rejuvenate our energies and regain our balance. Come prepared to join in the discussion and celebration. Together we will nourish … read more.

Poetry of Change

As we explore a time of transition for the Fellowship, come hear poets from the congregation share their work. We will also hear poems written by our incoming minister, Anthony Johnson, from his book “What If God Is a Woman?”

Embracing Change, Leaning Into Conflict

Change is said to be the only constant in life, and the conflict that often accompanies change can present some of life’s greatest opportunities. As part of our Fellowship and the larger human community, we find ourselves immersed in change, and the opportunities for growth … read more.

Songs of Love, Laughter and Leaving

In celebration of our six years with Rev Bryan and Edie Jessup, Sandy Lynn will lead us in singing songs that reflect our experiences together. We will also sing our way into the adventures ahead, whether it be retirement for the Jessups or our congregation’s … read more.

So Long, It’s Been Good to Know You

This will be the final service for Rev. Jessup as minister of the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. In his remarks he will outline why it has “been good to know” the people in the congregation, what strengths he sees in them as they continue their … read more.