About Unitarian Universalist Worship
Worthscipe (Old English) = Worthiness
From old English words “werth scipe” which means “worth shaping.”
Join us at 10:30 on Sunday mornings for inspiring, uplifting, and though-provoking worship services. We come together to “shape” (form, celebrate, wrestle with, or integrate) “things of worth.”
Our community gathers to celebrate our core religious values, and we are encouraged to live them daily. UUFH may provide a great opportunity to connect with kindred spirits, particularly if you are agree with Thomas Jefferson’s assertion that it is in our lives and not our words that our religion is measured.
Our services may be led by our minister, a visiting minister, or a guest speaker. Unitarian Universalist worship reflects our theological diversity in content and form. Most of our worship is thematic, exploring a particular idea or message. Its aim is to move people, and through them, society – to help create community, justice, equality, and to widen personal horizons.