What UUCNH Means To Me

2021-11-29T15:06:09-05:00

“You are welcome here.” Our lay leaders repeat these familiar words each Sunday morning. It could be easy to dismiss this as a cliché, with little meaning behind it. But for The Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills, welcoming isn’t just something we say. It’s who we are, down to our core. I’ve been attending [...]

What UUCNH Means To Me2021-11-29T15:06:09-05:00

The Little Farm Stand that could, did!

2021-11-29T14:58:41-05:00

Our UUCNH Farm Stand Project finished its second year at the end of October 2014. From June 8th through October 26th, on 21 consecutive Sundays, UUCNH members, friends and children came together to share our vegetables, peach butter, herbs, flowers, muffins, mulberries, cupcakes, seedlings and CSA shares, to produce over $1800 in donations. These [...]

The Little Farm Stand that could, did!2021-11-29T14:58:41-05:00

Social Justice Starts with You

2021-11-29T15:19:35-05:00

The world is really looking like a mess right now, so you’re motivated to do social justice work. It doesn’t matter which issue motivates you. When you find your passion, go for it. But if you’re not passionate, stop right here. This work takes deep passion and long-term commitment. Tearing down systemic racism, reversing [...]

Social Justice Starts with You2021-11-29T15:19:35-05:00

Buildings and Grounds

2021-11-29T15:30:57-05:00

The Committee of the Month for October is Buildings & Grounds, and I would like to share my perspective as chair, including a little history and what I think might be a great opportunity for us. Probably everyone reading this knows that our church used to be a dairy barn, but maybe you don’t [...]

Buildings and Grounds2021-11-29T15:30:57-05:00
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