What we're about

Imagine a religion that embraces many different beliefs—including yours. If you’re searching for a religious home where people honor each other’s beliefs and worship together as one faith, come see us.

We are a loving, diverse, open-minded, inclusive religious community that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path, wherever it leads. We welcome and affirm people of all abilities and are committed to fully including and embracing people with disabilities in congregational life.

Nourishing Spirit through worship, music and lifelong learning.

Building Community through programs, gatherings and service.

Working for Justice through volunteering and advocacy.

Upcoming events (5+)

Sunday Worship Service, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning

We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship this Sunday! We are a friendly, welcoming community and visitors are a part of our congregation every Sunday. We worship all year around at 10:30am every Sunday morning. We encourage you to arrive by 10:20am (or even a little earlier) if you can so that you can talk with our Co-Ministers, our welcoming lay-leaders, answer any questions you might have, and get settled in our Sanctuary before the service begins. Our weekly Sunday worship service typically lasts about an hour (or just a little more). Each service is crafted by our Co-Ministers, Music Staff, Director of Religious Education, and lay Worship Associates to nourish our spirits, challenge our minds, and build community. No set fee. Contribute as you are willing and able. For children and youth: Unitarian Universalists value a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning”. Our Religious Education program provides a framework for our children as they begin their path of lifespan faith development. Religious Education classes for children include a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions, and integrate a variety of learning styles. We welcome all families and children, infants through 12th grade. Contact Rayla D. Mattson at [masked] or[masked] ext. 104 with questions. Additional information here: https://www.ushartford.com/nourishing-spirit/religious-education-3/ General information: (860)[masked] • [masked] https://www.ushartford.com/ 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

Sunday Worship Service, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning

We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship this Sunday! We are a friendly, welcoming community and visitors are a part of our congregation every Sunday. We worship all year around at 10:30am every Sunday morning. We encourage you to arrive by 10:20am (or even a little earlier) if you can so that you can talk with our Co-Ministers, our welcoming lay-leaders, answer any questions you might have, and get settled in our Sanctuary before the service begins. Our weekly Sunday worship service typically lasts about an hour (or just a little more). Each service is crafted by our Co-Ministers, Music Staff, Director of Religious Education, and lay Worship Associates to nourish our spirits, challenge our minds, and build community. No set fee. Contribute as you are willing and able. For children and youth: Unitarian Universalists value a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning”. Our Religious Education program provides a framework for our children as they begin their path of lifespan faith development. Religious Education classes for children include a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions, and integrate a variety of learning styles. We welcome all families and children, infants through 12th grade. Contact Rayla D. Mattson at [masked] or[masked] ext. 104 with questions. Additional information here: https://www.ushartford.com/nourishing-spirit/religious-education-3/ General information: (860)[masked] • [masked] https://www.ushartford.com/ 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

Meeting House Sing-along. Drop in and sing awhile ! Families encouraged ...

Singers, acoustic musicians, and audience members of all ages are welcome. Bring a snack to share if you want to. Free, but donations are welcome to offset costs. We will have song-sheets and some copies of the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks available. Bring along your own 'Rise Up Singing' if you have one, as we have used it a lot in other months. We bring a little juice drink and herbal teabags and gratefully enjoy any other snacks you might choose to bring. How does this work ? It is not an “open mike” event, although solos are welcomed. We'll put some chairs in a circle and take turns singing or playing, with those who know the tune or words joining in as they wish. You can come early or come late, whatever fits your family schedule. The UU Meeting House is at 50 Bloomfield Avenue in Hartford near the University of Hartford. Signs inside the door will direct you to the sing-along room.

Sunday Worship Service, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning

We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship this Sunday! We are a friendly, welcoming community and visitors are a part of our congregation every Sunday. We worship all year around at 10:30am every Sunday morning. We encourage you to arrive by 10:20am (or even a little earlier) if you can so that you can talk with our Co-Ministers, our welcoming lay-leaders, answer any questions you might have, and get settled in our Sanctuary before the service begins. Our weekly Sunday worship service typically lasts about an hour (or just a little more). Each service is crafted by our Co-Ministers, Music Staff, Director of Religious Education, and lay Worship Associates to nourish our spirits, challenge our minds, and build community. No set fee. Contribute as you are willing and able. For children and youth: Unitarian Universalists value a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning”. Our Religious Education program provides a framework for our children as they begin their path of lifespan faith development. Religious Education classes for children include a wide range of religious and philosophical traditions, and integrate a variety of learning styles. We welcome all families and children, infants through 12th grade. Contact Rayla D. Mattson at [masked] or[masked] ext. 104 with questions. Additional information here: https://www.ushartford.com/nourishing-spirit/religious-education-3/ General information: (860)[masked] • [masked] https://www.ushartford.com/ 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

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