Sunday Services

Sunday, February 5 – 11:00 a.m. – Is Brotherly/Sisterly Love Possible in Today’s Fractured Society? – Berti Welty

This discussion-centered service will focus on what almost every religion instructs us to do: love one another, even the stranger. What is brother/sisterly love, and how can we embody this worthy way of being?

Sunday, February 12 – 11:00 a.m. – What’s Your Love Language? – Amy Day and the HUUF Choir

Join us for this fun, interactive, all-ages service in which we will explore the various ways in which we offer and receive love. Through song, art-making and devotional play, we will explore ways to embody our love for each other, the natural world, and those we are called to serve.

Sunday, February 19 – 11:00 a.m. – Is there Room in Unitarian Universalism for All of Me? – Berti Welty

This panel-presentation service will address speci?c questions including: Unitarian Universalism as a non-creedal religion, and what this means to you How and why did you choose the Fellowship as your spiritual home? Do you feel fully welcome at this Fellowship? What is most meaningful to you at the Fellowship?

Sunday, February 26 – 11:00 a.m. – Social Action Sunday: Feed the People

We are delighted to announce a partnership with Arcata House, a local organization responsible for providing twice daily hot meals, emergency shelter, and long-term housing assistance to those experiencing housing insecurity in our region.

For this inaugural effort, we will be joined by an Arcata House representative who will share more about the nonpro?t’s scope and mission and will provide opportunities for us to get involved. We will also use this time in sacred service to prepare 25 lunches and dinners that will go to the community.