Home

About HUUC

About UU

Worship

Education

Community

Calendar

Contact Us

Members

Copyright 2013 Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church, Cincinnati, OH.

Home | About HUUC | About UU | Worship | Education | Community | Calendar | Contact Us | Members | Legal

 

Ingathering Water Ceremony

Sunday, September 7, 2014

As you travel this summer, or from a place that is special or sacred to you, remember to collect a small vial of water. Then bring it with you to church, on September 8, where we will “merge the waters: from around the world during our annual Ingathering Water Ceremony.

 

Heritage Rummage Sale

Friday & Saturday, September 19 & 20, 2014

8:00 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.

The Heritage Church rummage sale is back and your help is needed in two ways.

First, start setting aside items to donate to the sale. We need household items, decorations, small working appliances, tools, toys, books, music, clothing and furniture. 

Donated items may be dropped off at the church...

 following morning service on Sunday, September 14; and

Wednesday and Thursday, September 17 and 18, 1 PM to 4 PM and 6 PM to 9 PM.

 

 Second, volunteer. We need help with set-up, sorting, pricing, sales and clean-up.

See our Sign Up Genius site for dates and times that volunteers are needed. 

 

For more information, contact Barbara Rohrer.

 

6th Annual Women’s Retreat

September 26-28, 2014

Retreat from your Daily Routine with the Women of Heritage

Leave your worries behind and choose from a variety of activities. Enjoy the sumptuous, healthy food and beautiful setting of Hope Springs in Peebles, OH. Just $245 for the weekend, a $75 deposit holds your space. Click here for the registration form. Contact Julie Kane for more information

 

Labyrinth Arts Festival

October 11, 2014

Festival hours are 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Admission is free of charge with donations accepted.

Now in its third year, the Labyrinth Arts Festival has established itself as a well-regarded art show in the Greater Cincinnati community. Embraced by art collectors, music lovers, and festival goers. The Labyrinth Arts Festival gives patrons the opportunity to really get to know the artists and their techniques. Art styles cover all major disciplines and each artist’s works are available for purchase. LAF’s live music ranges from folk, bluegrass, classical and pop – all presented by accomplished musicians.

Visit the Labyrinth Arts Festival website for more information. Artists interested in participating can go directly to the festival website or use these links to find Artist Inquires, Guidelines and Policies and the Artist Application.

 

Rounded Rectangle:      
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

                   Turpin

                  Students

 

Parking passes are

sold out.

Questions? Contact

 

 

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.

August 24, 2014

Transitions

Rev. Leslie Woodward

 

Our worship celebration today is three-fold. First, we pause to mark the beginning of the school year with special recognition for children and youth entering kindergarten, junior high school, and high school. [Please let Rev. Leslie know if your child will be marking one of these, or another significant milestone this fall.] After our "Transitions Ceremony," children and youth will recess to celebrate the closing of Hogwart's School of UU Wisdom and Wizardry with a party in Diagon Alley (the Great Hall). As the children celebrate, adults will hear a special message from Headmistress Chalicia Hokumele on the more spiritual aspects of the Harry Potter stories. After service, adults may join the children for butter beer and cake.

Sermons in August

 

August 3, 2014

“The Wisdom of Walt Whitman”

Rev. Bill Gupton

 

August 10, 2014

“Beatitude Sunday”

Jill Beyette

 

August 17, 2014

“Don’t Look Back”

Rev. Bill Gupton

 

August 24, 2014

“Transitions”

Rev. Leslie Woodward

 

August 31, 2014

“Putting the ‘Labor’ Back in Labor Day”

Rev. Bill Gupton

 

 

Next Potluck Sunday — September 21, 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: August 2014
Newsletter

August 31, 2014

Putting the ‘Labor’ Back in Labor Day

Rev. Bill Gupton

n celebration of Labor Day weekend, Rev. Bill will share the thoughts of one of his colleagues, Rev. David Breeden of the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, on the importance of the labor movement.