Through song, guided meditation and contemplation, participants will be encouraged to look deep within to discover what wants to be born in their lives. Through all the tribulations we face, join us for a journey of self-discovery. Say “yes” to life.
Speaker: Berti Welty
Learn to pause and incorporate ritual in our daily lives. We will be using earth-centered practices to release negative energies from our body, mind and spirit. An uplifting drum circle will conclude the service.
The festival of Chalica is an opportunity to delve into the meaning of the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism and what they call us to do and be in the world. As we light our Chalica chalice, various members will speak to their personal understanding … read more.
You may view a recording of the 6/7 service “Transitions” via this link to our you tube channel huufyoutube – Transitions
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 … read more.
Recording Link to last weeks service: 4-26-2020 Seven Friends
Join us for this Live Zoom Service presented by Berti Welty: Our Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship family consists of many families of varying sizes
and kinds. This service will feature several of these families as they … read more.
We all know the Christmas story of Jesus’ birth. However, his is not the only story of a miraculous birth. Join us as we explore the birth stories of Buddha (Siddhartha), Confucius and several others.
Chalica is a unique Unitarian Universalist holiday that celebrates our guiding principles. During this seven-day holiday we light a candle each day for one of our principles, discuss and/or ponder its meaning and do some action to live out that principle. Come experience how each … 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.