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.
Speaker: Rev. Bryan Jessup
In this service, several fathers from the congregation will work with Rev. Jessup to talk about their own faith journeys and how they talk (or talked) about faith with their children. Faith is often something bigger than organized religion. It is often an open and … read more.
The humanist approach to religion that undergirds so much of Unitarian Universalism will be examined by the Rev. Bryan Jessup and HUUF member Ruth Davis. The UU way of faith is grounded in science and ethics. It invites people to develop fully as human beings … read more.
NOTE: Start of Summer schedule. Only one service at 10:00 a.m.
In this Memorial Day service, the Rev. Bryan Jessup and Fred Maize will lead the congregation in thinking about people from the past who we find inspirational. Fred Maize will talk … 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.
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.
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.
Last year, members of the Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship voted to become a Sanctuary Congregation which supports immigrants in danger of exploitation, abuse and deportation. In this service, the congregation will look at what it has done so far to offer sanctuary and will look … read more.
The Dalai Lama has written a book titled A Call for Revolution. In this book he speaks particularly to young people, and he urges them to join the effort to transform our human societies from violence and greed toward compassion and collaboration. He advocates for … read more.