Upcoming Services & Other Events
last updated January 16, 2020
Sunday, January 19th, 2020, 4 PM: FAITH + WORKS – “Work With the Oranges: engaging and retreating to do what you LOVE!” – Dominic Moulden
The Oranges are a community rich in history, culture, parks, and people. He will lead us to explore a reflective journey on how to engage our community in faithful work and at the same time balance our work with healthy living in the form of retreating for rest, relaxation, and wellness. We can work with the Oranges and experience a life of full engagement, and then retreat with nature in the Oranges.
Dominic T. Moulden is a longtime resource organizer at Organizing Neighborhood Equity (ONE DC), a collectively-led organization that builds people power and economic and racial equity in Washington, DC. He is a frequent lecturer at various universities and conferences regarding equitable revitalization, cooperative economics, affordable housing, workplace democracy, community development, and public policy. As 2018 Urbanist in Residence at the University of Orange (UofO), Moulden incorporates ONE DC’s People’s Platform in his political and popular education sessions for UofO’s “400 Years of Inequality: Observing the Anniversary of Jamestown, Disrupting the Ecology of Inequality” project. At the Maryland Institute College of Art he recently co-teaches “Making Art in Community,” which focused on art-making, critical theory, and community organizing strategies.
Moulden is also a community-accountable photographer and social justice documentarian. His work has been exhibited most recently in MICA Place’s “Portraits Of People We Love” exhibition curated by Sarah McCann. A native of east Baltimore, his images celebrate Black love and resilience while providing uncompromising witness to the ongoing displacement of Afrodiasporic people in Baltimore and elsewhere in the Americas. His creative practice and organizing work are both dedicated to fostering a culture of health that includes art, joy, and radical resource redistribution.
Monday, January 13, 2020, at 6pm– Building Solidarity Potluck
We’re planning to fire the Earth Oven that day, so come check out the bread and pizzas we’re going to make!
Monday, January 20th, 11am-4pm — MLK Day of Service
Prompted by our friends at Montclair State University, we’re organizing a Martin Luther King Day of Service at HUUB. We’ve got a laundry list of projects that need to be done around the HUUB and we’re asking as many friends and allies to help as possible. We’ll have the Earth Oven up and running by then as well, so you’ll get to enjoy pizzas and other refreshments to show our appreciation for your help! Let us know if you are coming so we can make sure to have enough supplies and food!
Sunday, February 9th, 4 pm — FAITH + WORKS – Jazz Service — Ray Johnston
Ray Johnston, our guest presenter, is an accomplished musician and former member and close friend of First UU.
Monday, February 17th, 6 PM – Building Solidarity Potluck, Parish Hall
Monday, March 16th, 6 PM – Building Solidarity Potluck, Parish Hall
Sunday, March 22nd, 4 PM — FAITH + WORKS: Bard Prison Initiative – Dr. Robert Fullilove
The struggle to eliminate mass incarceration is the civil rights challenge of the 21st century. The role of the Bard Prison Initiative in this struggle will be highlighted in this presentation. Dr. Fullilove will be describing his 10 years of teaching as part of the Bard Prison Initiative where he serves as senior adviser for public health, and of his work connecting mass incarceration in the US to health disparities.
Dr. Robert Fullilove is associate dean for community and minority affairs and professor of sociomedical sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.
HUUB: Singing With Friends — Every Wednesday, 12 noon to 1 PM — , 35 Cleveland – Worship Space.
HUUB/EssexUU/University of Orange: Margaux Simmons, Aubrey Murdock, Doug Farrand, Charlie Wirene and others singing together for an hour each week! Open to anyone who’d like to join!
Figure Drawing — Thursdays 3PM to 5 PM, Hale House
Led by local artist and Thomasberger Fellow, Amonnie Nicholas.
This is a weekly meeting for artists of all ages who want to practice drawing from life. We will have volunteer models and also practice still life drawing with objects. We have supplies, but they are limited so if you can or want to bring your own, please do!