"Evensong: A Prayer for Peace"
Sunday, February 25, 2024
February 25, 2024
1280 Clover Lane
Harrisburg, PA 17113
Music is transformative and healing, acting as a means of prayer for many. Join the UCH Choir as we pray for peace between Palestine and Israel and acknowledge the brave individuals who choose to lay down their weapons to side with love.
If you are a guest this morning, we welcome and invite you to sign our guest book in the lobby and indicate if you wish to receive our newsletter.
Membership: Membership in our church is established by a commitment to our principles, purposes, and the desire to participate in our community, rather than established by affirmation of a creed.
Affirmation of Inclusion: The Unitarian Church of Harrisburg affirms, promotes, and celebrates the full participation of all persons in all aspects of church life without regard to age, gender, sexual orientation, race, disability, or any other category of exclusion.
Children & Youth Faith Development
Welcome to our UCH C&YFD Program! Because it is important to our congregation for all ages to be together each week, our children join in our worship during the opening portion of Sunday services with their families in our sanctuary, and then they are sung down to their classrooms.
Our program is a cooperative effort staffed by volunteers. If this is your first visit to UCH, please escort your child(ren) downstairs to fill in a visitor form. After your third visit, we ask you to complete a registration form. Please contact Cory Ness, Director of Lifespan Faith Development for more information.
Program registration is available here.
Coffee and Conversation
Join us for coffee hour downstairs after service from 11:30 AM-12:30 PM. In-person or online, you are welcome!
A Zoom room will be open for anyone who wishes to join. Grab a mug of your favorite beverage and chat online with fellow members.*
*The Zoom Coffee Room may not always have attendees.
UCH Masking Policy
Covid cases are on the rise in our area. Masking indoors is encouraged.
Masks are recommended if you have recently been exposed to COVID or you’ve been told by a health professional to wear a mask based on your personal risk factors.