Welcome to the Unitarian Society of New Haven!

Upcoming Worship

Sunday, March 29
9:15am & 11:15am
In 1933, the Humanist Manifesto proclaimed “religious culture” to be “the product of a gradual development due to (man)’s interaction with his natural environment and his social heritage.”
How has the Humanist religious culture evolved since then? How might it most constructively develop in our current context?
Worship Leaders: Fritz Hudson & Jesse Greist
Music 9:15am: Yaira Matyakubova, violinist; Bill Braun, piano
Music 11:15am: USNH Choir; music by David Schafer

Sunday, April 5
9:15am – Reflection Service
11:15am – Multi-generational Service
Worship Leaders: Fritz Hudson & Jesse Greist
Music: USNH Choir & Bill Braun, piano

Childcare is available during worship services.
Childrens’ Religious Education classes,  11:15am
YRUU group, 1:15pm

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the 2015–16 Stewardship Campaign
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Friday April 3th
USNH Social Cinema
Diamonds In The Snow

Thousands of Jewish children lived in the Polish city of Bedzin before the Holocaust. Barely a dozen survived the community’s destruction. This critically-acclaimed, award-winning documentary tells the story of three of these children.
With a special guest appearance by the filmmaker Mira Binford! Presented In Partnership with the
USNH Peace Task Force
Potluck @ 6:30 pm – Film @ 7:15 pm


Abraham’s  Tent
hosted by USNH
March 30-April 5th

USNH organizers are:

Paul Trotta:
Rob Garskof:
Fred Morrison:
And, this year,
USNH will host the
Abraham’s Tent
closing ceremony and dinner
on April 12th.
Our Mission

We are a diverse,
faith community that

  • inspires lives of compassion and generosity,
  • nurtures spiritual growth,
  • cultivates transformative connections, and
  • creates a more just world.

-adopted by USNH membership vote
March 30, 2014

We Are…

New UUA logoUnitarian Universalist
Gathered in 1951

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