Ralph Ellison writes, “Some people are your relatives, but others are your ancestors, and you can choose the ones you want to have as ancestors. You create yourself out of [their] values.”

In small groups, using our deep listening guidelines, we will discuss heritage. These questions … read more.

The Times They Are A-Changin

In this service, HUUF minister emeritus, the Rev. Bryan Jessup will return to our pulpit for the first time since his retirement in 2019. He will share with us some stories about how life has changed for his wife Edie and him since they moved … read more.

Stone Soup Sunday

Join us on this Social Action Sunday as we reimagine this much-loved story and put our hands to work in service of our hearts’ values.  Though we may not hold all the solutions to the world’s troubles, we are called to stretch out to mend that which … read more.

Report from General Assembly

General Assembly is the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists, where we explore the theological underpinnings of our faith, and lean fully into our mission and principles. This past year, HUUF sent four delegates to participate virtually in workshops, worship, small groups and informal study to … read more.

Transforming Conflict

“Lasting change, the kind that seeps into people’s hearts, has only ever come through a combination of pressure and good conflict,” writes journalist and conflict mediator Amanda Ripley.

Using Rev. Dr. Terasa G. Cooley’s book, Transforming Conflict, and other sources, Laura and Margy will explore ways to build intimacy while navigating … read more.