2021-22 Stewardship Campaign
We are entering a new era.
The pandemic is receding; a new minister is arriving.
The new era will find the members of the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg to be energetic, engaged, enthusiastic and, most importantly, excited.
In this new era, we will be able to share and display the skills and passions of our congregants and staff.
Inmates refer to their incarceration as a hit, stretch, or jolt. Our stretch is ending. Tremendous opportunities await which we will seize. The pandemic interregnum provides us with the chance to celebrate and launch into this new era.
The best definition of an era is an event marked by remarkable change.
The epoch time will be made stronger with your contributions of time, talent and money.
Extremely exciting times indeed.
The Unitarian Church of Harrisburg is in a time of transition. Because of the generous commitment of members and friends and in spite of the pandemic, the church is holding its own financially. At the start of the 2020-2021 church year, Cory Ness joined UCH as the Director of Religious Exploration. The hours of the Director of Music Ministry were increased to match members’ expectations of music in the life of the congregation. All staff and volunteer leaders have worked extremely hard all year. The search for a new settled minister is in progress. Even meeting remotely, the church continued and even expanded programming.
Now is the time for our annual appeal to financially fund the programs UCH provides to its members and the community.
Information concerning the budget for the next church year beginning in July 2021 through June 2022 is available from the Stewardship team.
The members of the Stewardship team are Dave Powell, Ed Sykes, Justin Sciamanna, Denny Byrne, John Hargreaves, Dave Forster and Ray Harris. Members and friends are invited to contact anyone on the team with questions.