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Imagine a religion that embraces many different beliefs—including yours. If you’re searching for a religious home where people honor each other’s beliefs and worship together as one faith, come see us. We are a loving, diverse, open-minded, inclusive religious community that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path, wherever it leads. We welcome and affirm people of all abilities and are committed to fully including and embracing people with disabilities in congregational life.

Nourishing Spirit through worship, music and lifelong learning.
Building Community through programs, gatherings and service.
Working for Justice through volunteering and advocacy.

We welcome our Interim Minister, Rev. Terry Cummings.

Please view her website here for more information.

Religious Education

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  or 860-233-9897 ext. 104 with questions or to volunteer in our classroom. For more information click HERE.


8/17/2021 BOARD UPDATE 
In keeping with current CDC guidelines, all individuals entering the Meeting House need to wear a masks
Masks will be available if you do not have one.
 Signs will be posted at the Meeting House as reminders.
 
USH has returned to in-person, in-sanctuary worship services. Here’s what you should know:
  • We continue to follow CDC guidance; right now, that guidance is for everyone to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Bring and wear your mask; if you forget, we have a supply and will give you one.
  • The sanctuary is large enough to accommodate comfortably all who are likely to come. We can spread out, maintaining reasonable distance from each other. It’s likely that alternate pews will be cordoned off to facilitate separation.
  • We will continue to livestream the service on multiple platforms… you will be able to participate, even if you cannot be here in person! The capacity to feature virtual participation has been one of the (few) ongoing benefits of the pandemic. 
  • The building has been maintained at high standards, and is in great shape. Recommended cleaning protocols have been followed scrupulously. The space is well-ventilated.
  • We expect many will be hesitant to return, possibly for a very long time — and that’s perfectly fine! Stay home, and join us on Vimeo, Facebook, or Zoom (including coffee hour). However, you choose to be here, you are welcome.
  • Post-service coffee hours will be held outside, in the Memorial Garden, if weather permits. This allows mingling at discreet distances for greater safety.
Worship services start at 10:30. Whenever, and however, you come, we’ll be happy to see you!

Get Involved at USH! Click HERE to find out more.


Meeting House Presents announces the scheduled 2021-22 live concerts third Fridays at 7:30 (except Easter weekend)

Hello friends and music lovers. We are very excited that Abbie Gardner is coming to the Meeting House this Friday live and in person to kick off the new season of live music!

  • We continue to follow CDC guidance; right now, that guidance is for everyone to wear a mask indoors.
  • Please bring proof of vaccination.
  • Bring and wear your mask; if you forget, we have a supply and will give you one. The sanctuary is large enough to comfortably accommodate all who are likely to come. We can spread out, maintaining reasonable distance from each other.
  • Seating is every-other pew to facilitate separation.

 

Abbie Gardner – Friday, September 17, 2021  

MeetingHousePresents https://bit.ly/MHPHartford

Unitarian Society of Hartford

50 Bloomfield Ave. at 7:30 p.m

 


 

Recent Sermons:

The Artists’ Way, Reflections on “The Gift of a Year”: 08.08.2021 Unitarian Society of Hartford Worship

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Rick Tsukada, “A Requiem: We are Sorrow, We are Beauty, We are Love”

Judy Robbins, “A Summer Day with Poet Mary Oliver”: 07.11.2021 Unitarian Society of Hartford Worship

 

When & Where

Phone:
(860) 233-9897
Address:
50 Bloomfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
Bus Routes:
56, 58, and 153

Office Hours:
Sunday through Thursday 9:00am to 2:00pm.

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Forgiveness - Yom Kippur
Sunday Sep. 19, 2021 @ 10:30am

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