Humans have the physical and mental residue of histories and lessons streaming through their bodies. This knowledge bubbles and influences every day interaction in ways that shape the world we live and the people we encounter. How does this impact who we are, especially in relationships? How do we account for what the body knows, and how do we reconcile that with who we want to be?
This service will be led by Christian Hayden, a facilitator, writer, and aspiring media maker. Christian roots himself in the connection and engagement of Black and Humanist communities. Born in Brooklyn and based in Philadelphia, Christian is a clergy in training with the American Ethical Union. He hopes to build bridges between various communities and movements through thought, reflection, and action. Among other things, Christian spent a year in Ghana with the Humanist Service Corps and was awarded the Mossler Fellowship in 2016.
At this time, UCH is conducting worship services on Sunday mornings in the sanctuary. Sign-up is no longer required. Masks are still required at this time.
You can also livestream the service on our YouTube channel or attend via Zoom. The Zoom link for the June 19th service will be emailed Sunday morning. To subscribe to our email list, click on News in the menu bar above.