Zoom had major technological issues around the world on Sunday, May 17th. We are glad that so many of you were able to join us in the updated Zoom room, and know that some of you were not able to get in. We will share a recording of the second half of worship and the annual meeting later this week.Worship will be Sunday, May 31st at 10:30 am.We have 2 ways to watch worship at 10:30 am on Sunday:1) Watch on our website www.ushartford.com. 2) Watch on Facebook in our “premiere watch party” on our Unitarian Society of Hartford Facebook page to worship and chat together. If you missed a prior week’s service, you can find those recordings here.
FAQ’s regarding our online donations: The online donating is a two step process requiring members to input their credit card information twice, once on our USH website, and then again on PayPal. Pay Pal is the site that actually processes the transaction, but the office (Buffie) receives notifications when a donation is received. Please contact Buffie with any questions or concerns at email@example.com or 860-233-9897.
Our Meeting House is now closed for all in person gatherings until further notice. We are in the process of setting up as much virtual, phone, and online connection as possible!
Worship will be live streamed each Sunday at 10:30am (we’ll turn the livestream on well before that). Find a candle or chalice and watch right here or via our Facebook page.
Unitarian Universalists value a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” Our Religious Education program provides a framework for our children as they begin their path of lifespan faith development. Religious Education classes for children include a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions, and integrate a variety of learning styles. We welcome all families and children, infants through 12th grade.
Contact Rayla D. Mattson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-233-9897 ext. 104 with questions or to volunteer in our classroom. For more information click HERE.
Maine Fiddle Camp comes to Connecticut For the first time, Maine Fiddle Camp is bringing a road show to Connecticut so we can enjoy the unique blend of traditional Maine music with a variety show twist. Music will be performed by some of the very talented professional musicians who spend part of their summer teaching at Maine Fiddle Camp, to raise money for their Scholarship Fund. After intermission we might even have a barn dance in Fellowship Hall.
Virtual Service: Lessons on Justice and Care from Taking the BusSunday May. 31, 2020 @ 10:30am
May 31, 2020, 10:30 a.m.
Rev. Sunshine Wolfe, Guest Speaker
Rayla D. Mattson, Director of Religious Education
Sam Moffett, Director of Music Ministries
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