Upcoming Sunday Services

July Theme: Circle of Life

Note: All services at this time are in-person at the Fellowship, as well as virtual via Zoom and Facebook. Please see guidelines for attending in person: https://www.uufh.org/uufh-reopening-news/

TIME: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
WHERE: In-person or online with Zoom

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Meeting ID: 830 3168 8988
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July 3 UUA General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship Recorded June 26, 2022
We will not be having a UUFH service today, but we share the link to the YouTube video of the June 26 General Assembly Sunday Service from the Unitarian Universalist Association. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66NdjDRPvhU (Note: The service actually begins at the 10-minute mark into the video.)  Leading the worship is Rev. Gretchen Haley, Rev. Shari Halliday-Quan, Rev. Sean Neil-Barron, Lea Morris, Adam Podd, Joseph and Aimee Santos-Lyons, and Allison King with the GA choir.

July 10 Living Within the Interconnected Web of Life Join us as we explore the living environment which exists all around us. Discover who lives in our local ecosystems and analyze our current relationship with our landscape, and learn how to deepen our spiritual connections with the living creatures around us. Member Renée Velkoff will be leading the service. She’s a retired social studies teacher and landscape designer. Isabella Johnson on piano.

July 17  Woven Tight, Bright and Mighty When Unitarian Universalist congregations formally adopted their first seven principles in 1985, the seventh principle, “respect for the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part,” was almost an afterthought. Can a deep engagement with interdependence bring about the world we so long for?  The Rev. Alison Cornish will be leading the service. She’s a life-long Unitarian Universalist and served the UUFH as intern minister 2001-2002.  Isabella Johnson on piano. Bank, will be leading the service. Isabella Johnson on piano.

July 24  Hunger on Long Island  Over 200,000 people on Long Island suffer from food insecurity, including 79,000 children.  What are the causes of hunger and food insecurity and how can we effectively address them?  Idalia Boczek, program center manager for Long Island Cares Harry Chapin Food Bank, will be leading the service. Isabella Johnson on piano.

July 31  Climate: The Good News  Eco-anxiety is real but it is our job to be stubbornly optimistic. There are real, tangible, everyday actions that we can take to make a difference in our homes and communities. There are also great things happening locally and around the world that give us a glimpse into a greener and brighter future.  Leading the service will be Beth Finger,  the project director for HUMuS: Huntington Mobilization for Sustainability. She is also a Naturalist in the Outdoor Education department of Nassau BOCES. Isabella Johnson on piano

TIME: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
WHERE: In-person or online with Zoom

To join our virtual service, copy and paste the link below to join our UUFH Sunday Service
weekly.
Meeting ID: 830 3168 8988

Passcode: UUFH