This Week’s Worship Service
October 2, 10:30 am
Faith and Forgiveness: A High Holidays Service
As we turn our hearts to the Jewish New Year, we ponder questions of forgiveness, atonement, and redemption. What role does faith play in our willingness to forgive and our capacity to be forgiven?
Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner, Jesse Greist,
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Music and Meditation
USNH is offering a 9:15 to 9:45 Sunday morning service of meditation, interspersed with music and readings, coordinated by Bill Braun. It is a wonderful opportunity to pause and reflect for a short while – to soothe our spirits and have a brief respite in our busy lives – a worship gem we hope you will attend.
Settle in a sacred space with kindred spirits.
All are welcome.
October 9, 10:30 am
Refugees are fleeing for their lives, and yet many face discrimination and closed doors because of their race or religion. Join us in reflecting on how we can defy hate. Refugees will offer personal experiences.
Immigration and Refugee Task Force
October 16, 10:30 am
What’s God Got to Do With It?
What do Unitarian Universalists believe about God, anyway? Whatever our idea of God: Holy, Divine, Mother, Father, Gaia, Great Spirit, Infinite Oneness, non-existent, there is room for all of us in Unitarian Universalism. Join us as we explore together different conceptions of God in our theologically diverse faith.
Rev. Megan Lloyd Joiner, Jesse Greist, Linda Pawelek
A Unitarian Universalist Welcoming Congregation