Welcome to the Unitarian Society of New Haven!

Upcoming Worship

Sunday, April 26
9:15am & 11:15am
Living the Shared World
What are you looking for? What have you found? At USNH, we come together with open minds and hearts to create the world in which we most want to live. We begin a week of sharing and fellowship with Rev. Megan by exploring what it means to seek and to find a spiritual home.
Worship Leader: Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner
Music: USNH choir,  Linda Pawelek, Director
Piano, Bill Braun
Guest musicians: Piano, Erica Schroth, Cellist, Will Schroth-Douma, soloist Randall Spaulding

Sunday,May 3, 2015
Calling One, Calling All!
As Unitarian Universalists, one of our oldest and most cherished traditions is the vote to call a minister. It is also a time to reflect on our calling as a congregation. At USNH we are called to inspire, nurture, cultivate, and create. We have prepared the soil. Now what shall we plant together?
Worship Leader: Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner

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

Our Ministerial Candidate,
Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner

Meet & Greet on Tuesday, April 28th at 4:00pm
Welcoming Reception Saturday, May 2nd, 5:00pm

(Please RSVP after services in the Social Hall

Rev Megan L Joiner
She will speak at Worship Services
Sunday April 26th,
9:15& 11:15am
& Sunday May 3rd,10:00am
The Congregational Vote to Call

her as our settled minister

will be held immediately following
the service
on May 3rd

click on the left menu button to:
read her letter to USNH, watch her welcome video,
and to access her website!


Creating Community & Funding Our Future

the 2015–16 Stewardship Campaign
Click to submit your: 2015-16 pledge form

 “The Sacred Conversations”
Saturday, April 25, 2015
from 9am – Noon

the continuing collaboration of Dixwell UCC Church and Unitarian Society of New Haven

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This session to be facillitated by
Community Healing Network, Inc.
“Defy the Lie of Black inferiority and
Embrace the Truth of Black Humanity”

Free admission
All are welcome whether you have attended past sessions or not.

 Come join us for breakfast and conversation.


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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