Sunday Services

Sunday, May 31 – 11 a.m. – Music Day 2020

This service for all ages will celebrate music and all that it offers us, both in times of struggle and in times of joy. It will be a mixture of pre-recorded performances made by HUUF choir members in May, plus some live music (hymns and other sing-along opportunities for attendees), and other special music-related offerings. Richard Kossow will lead a musical meditation, Thea Gast and Kaelyn Rocheleau will present readings, and Eve Anderson will share her photographs in a musical montage. There will also be a short section toward the beginning of the service featuring children’s songs.

Sunday, June 7 – 11 a.m. – Transitions – Suzanne Kimmel

Life transitions are opportunities to remember what it is to be human and in community. Religious Education Director Suzanne Kimmell and other Fellowship members will celebrate this year’s graduates of all ages within the HUUF community. We will hear stories of struggles, hopes and dreams as we mark this important milestone. We will acknowledge the transitions from preschool to the receiving of a graduate degree and all the stages in-between.

Sunday June 14 – 11 a.m. – Ways We Nourish Ourselves – Berti Welty

This service will explore the various ways that different members of the Fellowship have been nourishing themselves while sheltering in-place. These range from taking advantage of our fortunate access to the natural world, to various meditation practices, as well as music, videos, and comedy. Images of the natural world will likely be included, as will a virtual tour of the HUUF garden installation project.

Saturday, June 20 – 1-2:30 p.m. – Summer Solstice Ritual – Lucera Love

This ceremony, via Zoom, will be a celebration of the longest day of the year, and it will be a time to share hearts, songs, and/or poetry. Prepare your space with a candle to represent the fire of the sun as well as paper and a pen.

Sunday, June 21 – 11 a.m. – Color Him Father – The Rev. Anthony Johnson

In celebration of Father’s Day, Rev. Anthony and Fellowship members will use songs, words and stories to delve into what it means to be a father. This exploration will also feature a panel of HUUF dads.

Sunday, June 28 – 10 a.m. – General Assembly Sunday Service

This is the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship and will be our Sunday service with a Zoom gathering after.