The Langhinrichs Gallery

The gallery was named in honor of Rev. Richard Langhinrichs, who served as minister of UUCFW for 29 years and was a patron of the arts.  It is a venue for local artists, and the Gallery Committee displays a wide variety of art in the space.  The intent is to enrich our space and offer activities that make Unitarian Universalism more visible in the community.  Shows change approximately every six weeks. The gallery is open to the public Sundays 9am to 12 noon and from 9am to 1pm on Mondays and Thursdays.

In the gallery August 3rd – September 28th, we’ll be showing portraits of immigrants by Hilarie Couture and fused glass by Emily Simpson.

October 1st – November 26th we’ll be showing Peggy McCarty paintings and pottery by Christine Lussier.