Welcome to the Unitarian Society of New Haven!
We are a diverse religious community with almost 400 adult members and a religious education program that serves about 150 children and youth. Gathered as a congregation in 1951, we are grounded in the centuries-old religious heritage of American Unitarian and Universalist theologies, and are a member congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Our Sunday Services are at 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Children’s Religious Education classes are held at 11:15 a.m. The YRUU youth group meets at 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, October 26
“AN AMERICAN UU IN IRAN”
How do Iranians “on the streets” actually feel about the United States? How does Islam look on the ground there? Fresh from a recent professional lecture tour in Iran, a long-time USNH leader offers this reflection.
Speaker – John Pawelek
Remembrance Sunday, November 2
“TIMES OF TURNING”
In this time of All Hallows (Halloween, All Souls Day, All Saints Day) we honor our life-changing memories. Please bring something small (a photograph? an object?) to display that recalls a time, place or person that re-shaped your life.
Leaders – Fritz Hudson & Jesse Greist
Music – USNH Choir
Founders Sunday, November 9
“AFTER THE GREAT COMPANIONS”
On this 67th anniversary of our Unitarian Society’s founding, what can we make out of the footsteps left for us to follow?
Speakers – Fritz Hudson & Jesse Greist
Music – Haven String Quartet
Children and Youth programs
11:15am CYRE classes k-12
1:15 pm YRUU meets in Childrens Chapel
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