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Welcome to the Unitarian Fellowship of Houston
We Are A Welcoming Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Sunday Schedule

Childrens' Religious Education meets from 11AM until Noon. Child care and activities are provided from 10am until 11am.

09:45 - 10:45am Focus Group meets in the library - This group is currently on hiatus.

09:45 - 10:45am Wisdom Seekers meets in the first RE room.  Beginning on Sunday, March 23, the Wisdom Seekers class will embark on a study of the New Testament through 24 lectures from the Great Courses series. The lectures will be presented by Prof. Bart D. Ehrman, M.Div, Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary, who teaches at the University of North Carolina. Prof. Ehrman brings a historical perspective study to the most significant piece of literature in Western Civilization. After each 30-minute lecture there will be time for reactions and discussion.

09:45 - 10:45am Forum meets in the work room.  A new current event topic every Sunday.

11:00AM Church Service

(please silence cell phones, pagers, and voices upon entering the sanctuary)

Coming Programs: 

April 27 Beltane Joss McCall, Mike Hart, & Jill Haberman
Beltane is one of the most important of the four Gaelic festivals. According to early medieval texts, it was held on May 1st and marked the beginning of summer. For herding peoples, its celebration and rituals were to protect their cattle from disease. Mike Hart, Jill Haberman and Joss McCall will discuss modern day Pagan, Wicca and Celtic significance of this festival.
May 4 What's New in Interfaith Rev. Greg Han
With the growing diversity in Houston as well as the UU Church's lead in interfaith dialogue, "Interfaith" may not seem so vital as it did in the past. Not only is is still crucial, but the interfaith movement has changed and grown! Greg Han, a Presbyterian Minister, educator, and incoming Director of Interfaith Relations at Interfaith Ministries of Greater Houston, will share what Interfaith means in 2014.
May 11 For Each Child That's Born A Morning Star Rises and Sings to the Universe Who We Are Val Harrop
We are Unitarian Universalists with a long history of social justice, anti-oppression, and anti-racism work. We are currently studying a Statement of Conscience on Reproductive Justice. This work is rooted both in our history and our theological calling. Reproductive justice calls on us to work towards a world where every person and family has the rights, recognition, and resources to make decisions about their gender, their bodies, and their sexuality; where every person, family, and community has what they need to flourish. A world where every Mother's Day celebrates all families!

Statement of Purpose
We seek to provide an atmosphere of warm companionship and respect for free and inquiring minds, searching together for finer religious, ethical, and social truths, and we work to apply the best we know in our lives, in the lives of our children, and in the service of our fellow humans.

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