Monthly Archives: February 2019

Adult Discussion Feb. 24th

Join the 9 a.m. Adult Discussion (Room 205), “Should Governor Northam and Others Resign?” with facilitators Phil Gillette and Emma Robinson.
All are welcome to drop in for these recurring dialogues. The Adult Discussion group engages in spontaneous talks exploring moral, philosophical, scientific, political and … read more.

Join the fight for equality!

Calling all UUs, 
Equality needs you to pick up your phone and call the Speaker of the House, Delegate Cox, 804-698-1066.
In 1920 Virginia voted “no” on the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote. 100 years later, Virginia has the chance to land on … read more.

Adult Discussion February 17th

Adults of all ages welcome to join the Adult Discussion Group. The group meets every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. in Room 205 before the service.

Sunday’s topic is “Global Warming and the Virginia Legislature.”

Facilitators: Fred Adams with Phil Gillette, Ron Kledzik, and Doug Throp

If you are interested in … read more.

February 13, 2019

Dear CVUU Members and Friends,

So many exciting things happening here, all signs of growth.  This Sunday we will have a joining ceremony for 13 new members (at last count; this number may go up by Sunday!).  We have an artists’s reception followed by a … read more.

From Our Board President

Dear CVUU Members,

Please mark your calendar now for the CVUU mid-winter meeting:

Mid-Winter Meeting on Sunday, February 24, 2019 (following the regular service)

This first seven months in our new home has passed quickly. The Board’s Mid-Year Report to the Congregation will present some of our … read more.

Adult Discussion Feb. 10

Sunday’s discussion topic is “Truth Telling in Oxford, Mississippi.”

Rev. Gail Stratton and singer/activist Effie Burt will talk about their part in ongoing efforts at the lynching memorialization project to shine a light on the “terrible truth that needs to be remembered.”

Adult Discussion meets each Sunday … read more.

Jan. 30, 2019

Dear Members and Friends of Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists:

The new year is now well underway; Christmas seems a distant memory.  And yet we still have about half of winter to go. Kay Montgomery writes:

February is not for the faint hearted, I think. 

It is so exceedingly … read more.