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Vesper Services

2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.

A New worship opportunity,

nourishing our souls through sound and silence. The worship will be patterned somewhat on the Taize’ Monastic Worship in France, the spoken word, using music, and silence. Readings, scripture and poetry will be presented by the leaders. Simple songs, chants and rounds will be sung by those who wish to participate.  Silence will follow each segment of sound. This pattern will be repeated several times during the evening.

Attendees are requested to arrive and depart in silence.  There is no plan for social time, but worshipers are encouraged to linger in silence after the service.

 This service serves as enrichment for our congregation, especially for those who are unable to be present on Sunday morning, or those who teach church school.

 All teens and adults are welcome to join in this quiet time.

At this time, child care will not be available. Questions can be directed to Connie Booth.


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Heritage Universalist Unitarian ChurchText Box: Celebrate Life		Create Community		Seek Justice
Text Box: 2710 Newtown Road | Cincinnati, OH 45244 | 513-231-8634 | office@huuc.net

Heritage Auction

Many thanks to all who helped make our annual Auction such a fun and successful event!

Go to auction website to check on your purchases.

November 2, 2014

All Souls Sunday

Rev. Bill Gupton


Our traditional All Souls service offers an opportunity to remember, and memorialize, loved ones whom we have lost in the past year. If someone whom you love has died in the past 12 months, and you would like his or her name to be lifted up during the service, please contact Rev. Bill.

Sermons in



October 5, 2014

“My Journey with God”

Rev. Bill Gupton


October 12, 2014

“Spiritual Improv”

Bill Lyon


October 19, 2014

“What Evil Goes There?”

Rev. Bill Gupton


October 26, 2014

“Whose Life Is It Anyway?”

Rev. Esther Hurlburt

Next Potluck Sunday — November 16, 2014

Join us in the Great Hall after the service. This is an opportunity to catch up with old friends

and make new friends. Bring a dish to share. Childcare is provided.

Text Box: October 2014

October 26, 2014

Whose Life Is It Anyway?

Rev. Esther Hurlburt

As parents, spouses, partners and adult children, at some point each of us will require care from another person. Many of us will also be called on to give care to someone else. These caring relationships can last for a few days – or for years. Let’s take a close look at the relationship between care-giver and carereceiver.

Rev. Hurlburt is a professional geriatric care manager and also a nurse; her ministry focuses on elder-care and the church’s response to caring for the elderly. She is founder of The Legacy Home Ministry, a cooperative living home for women with low wealth.



HUUC Working for Justice

Register now to be part of the Heritage contingent at the third annual Ohio UU Justice Assembly in Columbus on Saturday, Nov. 8. This exciting and energizing day will feature State Representative Nickie Antonio (a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Rocky River, Ohio), as well as a variety of engaging workshops and presentations, a wonderful catered lunch, an afternoon rally at the Statehouse, and the opportunity to meet other Unitarian Universalists from all over the Buckeye State who share your passion for social justice.

Rev. Bill Gupton will be leading the Heritage Team and looks forward to participating with you in this important day of sacred work, as we strive to live out the third pillar of our congregational mission: “seeking justice.”  For more information and to learn how to register, go to the Ohio Meadville UUJO webpage.