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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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Donate Children’s Books in September
Bring new and gently-used books for children from infancy through age 11 for the September book collection at our church. Put your book donations in the collection box in the sanctuary foyer.
This is the third annual children’s book drive, cosponsored by HARC (Hagerstown Area Religious Council), United Way and the Rotary Club. Last year over 12,000 children’s books were collected and distributed to 36 community organizations and schools to get them into the hands of at-risk children
If you’re not familiar with children’s literature, here are some suggestions: 1, 2, 3 Count With Me by Naomi Kleinberg; Animal Colors by Beth Fielding; Baby Faces by Margaret Miller; Chicka Chicka ABC by Bill Martin; Chuga-Chuga Choo-Choo by Kevin Lewis; Curious George by H.A. Rey; Duck on a Bike by David Shannon; Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson; How I Became a Pirate by Melinda Long; I Stink! By Kat McMullan; Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton; Oops! By David Shannon; Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw; We are in a Book by Mo Willems; Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.
For more book suggestions or information, visit http://harccoalition.org/.
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.
September 22: Megan Hicks performs “Paperman Jack”, a true story about love, loss and art. Megan is an artist and performer living in the Philadelphia area, and a quintessential creative mind.
October 27: Ellouise Schoettler tells “The Hello Girls”, the little known and heretofore suppressed history of 233 female telephone operators flown from the United States to France in the dark days of WW I to provide communication support for the beleaguered American troops.
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).
UUCH Yahoo Groups Are you a member or regularly attending friend of UUCH? If so sign-up to receive regular church announcements via email, helping you keep up to date on what's happening at our church! The UUCH-Udates group is only used for official church communications (announcements, cancellations, etc.) to members and friends, so your mailbox won’t be deluged with excess emails.
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.
If you are a church member, and not receiving weekly announcment emails please click this link
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.