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Thank you for everything you do for our community!
This year’s Stewardship kick off will during worship Sunday, November 6th.
The theme for this year is “Strong Roots. Flourishing Leaves.”
I invite you to reflect on the theme this year, and join together in celebrating our community.
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Our long-time friend and former Director of Religious Education, Laura Vilain, has recently begun her new journey with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading. We want to express our appreciation for her work with our community and wish her all the best in her new … read more.
The arrival of spring means it’s time for the HUUC Auction, which is on Saturday, May 14th at 5 PM in the Fellowship Building. Our theme this year is Roaring in the Twenties—so put this fun event on your calendar. We will have a live auction event … read more.
Please make checks payable to HUUC with “Easter Flowers” in the memo
There are 8 different plants in various colors to choose from.
Click on the SignUp Genius link below to order –
Why? The Pastoral Care Team has been created to provide
confidential and compassionate emotional support to parishioners who are having a difficult time in life, such as a major life change, the death of a loved one, health concerns, and family or relationship challenges.
What? … read more.
Please join us on Sunday, August 1st, 2021 at 10AM for the 18th annual Joint Summer Service of neighboring Unitarian Universalist churches. The virtual services will be hosted by the Harvard church with Rev. Jill Cowie of Harvard leading the service and Ted Johnson, Music … read more.
Thanks to all who contributed to the Guest At Your Table (GAYT) program to support the UUSC’s efforts towards social justice around the world. Not counting whatever comes in over this weekend we raised $1,730, and with the match, a total of $3,460. … read more.
Dear Mary and Congregation,
We are well in the pandemic time, healthy, and a little bit afraid what will bring the future for all the world. The restrictions in the pandemic is changed a lot. Now we have to wear mask all the time. The church … read more.