unitarian society of hartford

chalice50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105
Tel: (860) 233-9897 / FAX 233-1333
Email: firstunitarian@ushartford.com
Revs. Cathy & Heather Rion Starr

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Worshiping Together Since 1830
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Service 10:30 AM

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ANNOUNCING!
July 5 – August 16 at the Unitarian Society of Hartford
***Seven Principles Summer***

August 2 / 5th Principle: The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large - Brian Harvey leading and speaking on the principle with additional sharings from General Assembly 2015 participants.
Worship Associate: Sue Smolski

August 9 / 6th Principle: The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all - Patrice Fitzgerald & Richard Leslie will be leading the service.

Patrice will speak about peace in the individual and peace in the world, while Richard will address issues related to the incarceration rate in the United States and his recent visit to San Quentin.  Music will include the Wailin’ Jennys’ “One Voice” with our resident USH guitar trio of Sarah Harmon McKenzie, Stephanie Briggs, and Patrice.  Richard will sing the traditional Irish melody “Danny Boy” and Patrice will sing “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free” made famous by Nina Simone.  Pi-Hsun Shih will accompany on piano and organ and play John Lennon’s “Imagine” as the Prelude.
Worship Associate: Ann LaPorte-Bryan

August 16 / 7th Principle: Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. UU Intern Minister in Meriden Kayla Parker will be leading worship.
Worship Associate: Margaret Leacach

August 23 - Heart-places - Rev. Heather Rion Starr - As we all begin to return from whatever summer journeys or evening reveries have nourished us, let us take this morning to pause and ponder the way certain places fill our hearts and our soulful wells. Whether it’s a popular place on the shore, a particular path we like to walk in all seasons, our own garden, a quiet altar corner we have created at home, or the view of a tree from behind a certain windowpane, what (and why) is that the place that nourishes you?

August 30 - Rev. Cathy Rion Starr will be back in the pulpit.
Worship Associate: Ann LaPorte-Bryan

September 6 - Sue Smolski leads a poetry service.


Let us know of any comments, errors and corrections - thanks (revised 8/16/15)