In this sermon Lee Ellen Knight speaks about anger. Anger is all around us these days—in politics, on social media, in our communities near and far—anger is surging. In Unitarian Universalism, we focus on building Beloved Community, emphasizing compassion, acceptance and love. It’s not like … read more.
Parishioner Dr. Howard Adams worked for many years counseling black college students needing encouragement to complete their studies or continue on to graduate school. In today’s lesson, Dr. Adams recalls some of his more notable students and uses their stories to encourage us all to sing our songs.
In today’s divided world, sometimes the divisiveness hits way too close to home. This service will address the stress of the “mommy wars,” where everyone seems to think they know how to raise children best and no matter what you do, it’s wrong.
In this sermon Reverend Justine Sullivan reviews our first year in Virginia. Beach. Religious education program growth in our new home is noteworthy. We closed 2018 with 9 youth attending. As 2019 closes, 90 are registered and 24 adults share instruction duties.
In this sermon, DRE describes C-VUU’s Quest program for our teens, the adult mentors introduce their teens, and the teens speak briefly about what they did.
2019 Quest Program Graduation Ceremony
In his sermon, Reverend Millard explains that we are Unitarians in the third person, celebrating rather than fearing our differences and serving the greater community.
In this sermon, Reverend Justine Sullivan reflects on the May 31 shootings in Virginia Beach. “It couldn’t happen here. But it did”
In this week’s sermon, Reverend Justine and our lay speakers reflect upon mother’s day, flower communion, and Earth Day.
The Fierce Faith We Need
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In this sermon, Reverend Justine Sullivan reviews the story of the Good Samaritan. We live in a connected world and to be connected, we and do what we can to help those in need. Go and do likewise.
Go and Do Likewise