Month: April 2019

April 10, 2019

What’s old is new again.

Many of us have come to Unitarian Universalism from other faith traditions, and some of us carry injuries from those earlier experiences in other churches.  And it is tempting to throw out everything from before, to avoid anything associated with … read more.

Adult Discussion April 14

Adults of all ages welcome to join the Adult Discussion Group. The group meets every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in Room 205 before the service.
Sunday’s topic is:“Transgender Stories – Part II.”

Join us for fellowship and learning followed by plenty of time for dialogue and questions. Facilitator: Richard Horwege.

All … read more.

Adult Discussion April 7

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

Sunday’s topic is:“From the Heart: A Transgender Virginian’s Story.”

 

Join us for fellowship and learning as a transgender community member … read more.

Rules for service animals

More and more people with disabilities are making their way to church on Sunday with the help of a service animal.

In keeping with Unitarian Universalist principles of recognizing the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and seeking justice, equity, and compassion in human relations, … read more.

Update on Minister Search Team

The CVUU congregation approved the Ministerial Search Team which will identify our new settled minister in about August 2020. The members include: Tasha Dockery, David Hutcheson, David Kidd, Martha Shore, Kevin St. George, Brian Schiller, Tracy Navarra-Davis and Lindsay Pryor

To read the bios on these candidates, click here: http://www.c-vuu.org/ministerial-selection-committee-members-bios/

They will … read more.

Together for the Future

Mark your calendars for 7 p.m., Saturday, May 18th for “Together for the Future,” a benefit concert to raise funds for our children’s playground.

Tickets for the show are $10 and can be purchased on our website or after service on Sundays. Artists Amy … read more.

April News!

No fooling, our April newsletter is out and full of events – our Building Dedication, Cooking Classes, Tai Chi and more!

Read a word from Rev. Justine Sullivan and don’t forget to check out our literary submissions – book reviews and a monthly gardening column, all … read more.