As we welcome those who have become members of UUCCH over the past three years, we consider what it means to belong to a church within a historic faith tradition, and commit to each other in beloved community.
COVID PRECAUTIONS UUCCH is open for Sunday service online and in person for those vaccinated and boosted if eligible, masks are strongly recommended (N95, KN95, KF94), and are available at the door. We are also open for weekday use, following these guidelines. Please do not attend UUCCH events if you are symptomatic or have been in contact with a Covid positive person within the previous five days. We continue to offer virtual services each Sunday at 10:15 am, and many of our other groups and activities are meeting virtually, or in dual platform.
Click on the sermon titles (in red) to go into the page for that service. Within the page you will find a link to the video, audio, or PDF of the sermon, if available. Please note that All Music Sunday, Poetry Sunday, and select other services are not available due to copyrights.
The Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur mark a period of renewal, marked by repentance and atonement, the beginning of a new year. Let us consider how processes of covenant, relationship and renewal mark the patterns of our lives.
Writer and life coach Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha says, “Nothing gets transformed in your life until your mind is transformed.” Our continued learning is one of the biggest ways we continue to transform the mind. Join us for the joyous celebration of the kickoff to all ages Lifespan Faith Engagement at UUCCH! We will also have our 2nd annual backpack blessing, so bring your backpacks, briefcases, and bags!