Bless the Children/Mid-Year Congregational Meeting

Sanctuary (West Room)

Nothing is more life-affirming or hopeful than the innocent love of young children. Join us on Sunday as Rev. Lee Anne and Rev. Greta Jo Seidohl lead the congregation in blessing three of UUCNH’s youngest. The service will be followed by the mid-year congregational meeting. The Youth Group will be holding their acclaimed Soup Sale [...]

Mysterious Presence

Sanctuary (West Room)

Let’s discuss the G word! With no creed and no common theological referent, it is sometimes difficult to have a conversation about one of the greatest mysteries of all – Is there a God? The answer to that question depends in large part on what you mean by “God.” Join us as Rev. Lee Anne [...]

Belief, It Matters

Sanctuary (West Room)

What does it mean to believe in something or someone? How can you tell if someone really does believe what they say? Join us as Rev. Lee Anne explores why it matters what we believe.

The Promise & The Practice

Sanctuary (West Room)

As part of her commitment to ending racism and dismantling systems of oppression, Rev. Lee Anne offers an annual worship service in February that centers on the voices and the experiences of black Unitarian Universalists. Consider these questions: What truths  might we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these black UU leaders [...]

Step Up, Join, Share

Sanctuary (West Room)

Rev. Joan M. Sabatino, Director, of UUJusticePA will lead our service. Her topic is “Step up, Join, Share.” In 2024, UUJusticePA will continue to pay attention to legislative realities in our Commonwealth.  Rev. Joan will share reflections on the important work of UUJusticePA and the upcoming work of UUtheVotePA.  Our elections are no longer about a [...]

On How To Be An Ally

Sanctuary (West Room)

An Ally is any person who supports, empowers, or stands up for another person or a group of people. Join us as Rev. Lee Anne explores some of the many ways to be an ally and shares her personal story about trying to be one, while also being threatened with arrest.

From This We Live

Sanctuary (West Room)

Our Beloved Community is nourished by our contributions of time, talent, and treasure. During this Sunday’s service, we will learn about what it takes financially to nourish, sustain, and grow our community. We will also engage in a deeply reflective litany based on Kahil Gibran’s thoughts On Giving. For the young and young at heart, [...]

Saying Yes to the Mess: The Joys, Challenges, and Possibilities of Settled Ministry

Sanctuary (West Room)

Ministry in our Unitarian Universalist congregations is an ever-changing thing. Yet, the call to community, meaning, and purpose is universally significant. Humans are messy and complicated beings. When we choose one another in community we navigate ever-deepening relationships and possibilities. This worship service will explore what it means to say yes to one another as [...]

The Ubiquitous Egg

Sanctuary (West Room)

Come join us as Rev. Lee Anne explores some of the many philosophical, religious, and scientific traditions that use the egg as an important symbol. Come find out what the Spring Equinox, the Easter Bunny, and science's Big Bang Theory all have in common.

Sharing our Time, Talent & Treasure: What season are you in?

Sanctuary (West Room)

During this stewardship pledge season, it is important to understand that just as the seasons change, so does our ability to share our time, talent, and treasure. Join Rev. Lee Anne as she explores some age-old wisdom about the seasons of life and how to embrace the one you’re in. This will be a shortened [...]

Easter: What’s the Good News, Really?

Sanctuary (West Room)

Easter is the Christian celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus, the anointed one (Christ). For many Christians, the traditional interpretation of the Easter story has become the raison d’etre of Christianity. But was that always the case? Is there yet a more primary, deeper, and more hopeful message than “Jesus died for our [...]