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|Worship & Youth Activities:
Sunday Service: 10:45am
Child care 10:45am
We offer many spiritual, social and community activities throughout the week. To find out more about our faith and our religious activities, check out our Calendar of Events.
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in the courtyard of St. John’s Lutheran Church (141 S. Potomac Street)
Bring garden produce, clothing, toys, books, household items, or anything else you wish to give away. School supplies and children’s clothing would be particularly appropriate.
Although the name is the same, this year’s event will be more like a swap meet with people encouraged to bring something to share with others.
Dean Brocious will again emcee and entertain.
Since part of the goal for this event is for our church to be a presence in the community, please bring your items to the courtyard Saturday morning and stay for the music, conversation, and community involvement. There is ample parking behind the church.
If you can not bring your donations, please clearly label them “Free for All” and leave them on the center table inside the first barn door (beside the recycling cans) by August 15.
Volunteers are needed early on August 16 to transport items left at our church and to help set up. For more information or to volunteer, contact faith-in-action chair Donna Catling.
Sunday, August 31: Annual End-of-the Summer Potluck Picnic
after the service. Outside if the weather cooperates!
Bring food to share. Hot and cold beverages and place settings provided. To help those with allergies and special diets, please label your food, especially if it contains animal products, shellfish, nuts, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, or eggplant. Bring games and lawn chairs and spend the afternoon with UU friends.
Stories in the Round
Fourth Mondays, 7 p.m. in the sanctuary
$10 in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 a.m.
July 28: Jane Dorfman tells of dutiful daughters, wise women, faithful sons and wicked kings, magic skipping ropes and Irish heroes, the angel Elijah and fools of Chelm.
August 25: Nick Newlin (a.k.a. Nicolo, the Juggler) brings his singular brand of storytelling, humor and old fashioned entertainment.
These are not children’s stories but children 12 years and older accompanied by a parent are welcome to attend. For more information, contact Fanny Crawford (301-730-1638 firstname.lastname@example.org).
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There is also a UUCH-Discussion Yahoo group, for the general community, interested in the Unitarian Universalist faith and relavant topics. To join, click on the Yahoo link on the home page of this website.
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The third UUCH Yahoo group, ADMIN-UUCH, is limited to board members and staff.
Inclement Weather Cancellation Information
Cancellations at UUCH: How to know what's happening
Weather Cancellation Information
For Sunday services, the board will make a decision about canceling as early as possible and inform people through
• website: uuhagerstownmd.org
• email to Yahoo UUCH UPDATES list*
• message on church phone: 301-797-5533
• area radio stations: MIX95.1, BigDawg95.9, WAYZ104.7
For other church activities, the group’s leader will decide and contact regular attendees directly and when possible, also use the methods above.