HIGH RISK STATUS: UUCCH is open for Sunday service online and n person for those vaccinated and boosted if eligible, and properly masked (N95 or KN 95). We are also open for weekday use using guidelines on the chart here. 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.
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Human life in community is a balance of independence and interdependence. In a nation built on premises of independence and individualism, how may we create the connections and trust of interdependence, vital to life in an increasingly interconnected world?
Article II is the section of the UUA bylaws that serves as the home of our Principles and Sources, the UUA’s Purposes, our Inclusion clause, and Freedom of Belief Statement. As a living faith, the UUA regularly revisits the documents that guide us to be sure they match our values and commitments. We will join in our Association’s reflection, considering what, if any changes to Article II might lead us boldly into the future.
It’s the newest national holiday. It’s a day to commemorate the liberation of enslaved people in America. It’s been a huge celebration for the black people of Texas since 1865. But how should we, as white people, descendants of those who supported and benefitted from chattel slavery, honor this day? It’s a party in the black community – but do we have a right to join in?