Our traditional Candlelight service will begin at 7pm. Come for the music and story and warmth of community and let them move you. Come celebrate this Christmas Eve and bring a friend!
Wednesday, December 21 at 6pm: We each take a candle, walk the spiral, letting go of the attachments of the year. We light the candle from the chalice in the center of the spiral, then retrace our steps as we ponder the possibilities of a new year and find a spot to lay the candleRead More →
December 11 at 4:30pm – Each year, our choir and music director offer us special readings and holiday music to get us in the spirit of the season. Bring your family and friends and children over 10 years of age to witness this special music and to join in singing carols with our choir.
Saturday, December 10, 2016, 10am-4pm. Our Parish House will be brimming with handcrafted gifts, baked goods, holiday greens and much more!! Select from a variety of original gifts while enjoying holiday music. A delicious luncheon of assorted soups and sandwiches will be available for purchase in the Harrop Center from 11:30am-2pm. This is our biggestRead More →
We will hold our Semi-Annual meeting on Saturday, November 19 at 9am. All members are requested to attend two congregational meetings per year. Non-members may attend as a witness but cannot vote. This is the major way we can communicate with you about important issues. Please do your very best to attend. Thank you. Childcare will be available in Harrop Center.
The Social Justice Committee will be collecting winter gloves, scarves and hats for men, women and children through the month of November for distribution by the Salvation Army to the poor and homeless in New Bedford. These can be clean used or new. We are hoping everyone can bring in something for this very worthyRead More →
Wednesday, November 9th, 7pm. Elder/Consumer Fraud for Caregivers: Protect yourself, those in your care and those you love. Lucilia Prates-Ramos, Activist, Advocate and Statewide Director of the Massachusetts Senior Medicare Patrol Program. This event is free and open to the public. Register online at http://bit.ly/ElderConsumerFraudRead More →
Wednesday, October 12th, 7pm. Southcoast Progressive Voices presents Nick Bohl, an artist and educator who has been creating YouTube videos about atheism and society for over 8 years. He is the director and teacher of the E.O. Wilson Big Question Lab, HCH’s secular Sunday school, and has recently released a video series using his ownRead More →
“It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky” … it’s “Music of the Macabre … and More. The concert, a presentation of the church’s Music Committee, will benefit the Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven. To get you into the spirit of Halloween, you’ll be regaled with spine-tingling music on the organ, some melancholy (and amusing)Read More →
Rev. Hank Peirce, Guest Minister, Fairhaven native!! And creator of UU’s Hot Stove Report.
On getting by with a little help from our friends.