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Director of Faith Formation

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford County (UUFHC) is searching for our new Director of Faith Formation. Are you our new leader for this crucial role?

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A Welcoming Congregation

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford County is a warm and welcoming congregation of 150 members with 58 children and youth registered in our Faith Formation programs. We frequently hear new members tell us that they made the decision to join UUFHC when they saw how quickly their children immersed themselves in the Faith Formation program.

7 Principles

A living tradition since 1956

Explore, Nurture & Inspire!

Our Faith Formation program’s purpose is to guide our children and youth in the study of UU principles and heritage, moral values, social responsibility, and diverse religious ideas in a safe and resourceful environment, enabling them to develop their faith and understanding as Unitarian Universalists.

Rev. Maria Uitti McCabe

Our Minster

Rev. María McCabe

UUFHC Helping Hands

Job Description

Director of Faith Formation

Forming Faith for 64 Years
in Harford County, Maryland

Our History

Multigenerational family atmosphere since 1956

Our Location

Harford County, a blend of suburban and rural living

Upcoming Events 

During COVID-19 and social distancing, most of our church events including Faith Formation events have been moved online via Zoom.

Story Time with Rev. Maria

Every Thursday
3 pm to 3:45 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 833 823 7891

Sunday Worship

Every Sunday
10:30 am – 11:30 am

Zoom Meeting ID: 833 823 7891

Parents' Support Group

Monthly on Friday nights at 6:30 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 833 823 7891


Gather round

Bring your open mind and loving heart.

Faith Formation Testimonials

I feel incredibly blessed to raise my kids in the UU faith and specifically within the embrace of UUFHC! It’s especially paramount in conservative Harford County. I want my kids to have a liberal spiritual kit to form their beliefs from and I want them to understand diversity and to be able to fight for social justice if that’s their choice.

Natalie Gallagher

Mom to girl (8 yr) and boy (5 yr)

Natalie Gallagher

Mom of the girl and boy

RE really encouraged my spiritual growth…Reflecting back, some of my most poignant memories of RE are from my high school years. This is probably because that was when I really decided on my own that I wanted to be more involved and connected with the youth group and my friendships and connections deepened.

Hollin Roberts

Past DFF Student

Hollin Roberts

Past DFF Student