February 24th at 10:30 a.m. – Join us for “Remember the Ladies: Women in African American History,” with Rev. Justine Sullivan. We will celebrate African-American women with indelible legacies – women who defied the odds, took a stand for justice and broke barriers of race and gender to pave … read more.
Join us for “A Love of Language or Language of Love” with Rev. Justine Sullivan. We will examine the ways Unitarian Universalism calls us to show our radical compassion and stand on the side of love.
Join us this Sunday, February 17 for “A Love of Language or a Language of Love,” with Rev. Justine Sullivan. We will examine the ways Unitarian Universalism calls us to show our radical compassion and stand on the side of love.
Sunday, Feb. 10 – Rev. Dr. Gail Stratton and her colleague, singer-activist Effie Burt, will come to CVUU to share “Truth Telling in Oxford, Mississippi.” Dr. Stratton will talk of the experiences working on the lynching memorial in Mississippi and Effie will sing.
At the 9 a.m. … read more.
Sunday, Feb. 3 – Join us for “Filling the Void: Surprises on the Journey,” with special guest speaker, Audrey Knoth.
Our Worship Services are weekly reflections that weave together our thoughts and experiences with music, beauty, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge. Our … read more.
Sunday, Jan. 27 – Join us for “Telling our UU Stories,” with Rev. Justine Sullivan. Come find out a little more about our unique community. We are a congregation of many backgrounds and different spiritual paths that find common ground in our shared commitment to … read more.
Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019 – Join us for “Remembering Dr. King” with Rev. Justine Sullivan and Sheri Bailey, on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 21. We will celebrate his work for racial, economic, and international justice.
Worship Sunday, Jan. 13 – Join us for “Hard to Resist,” with Martha Shore and Mindy Squillace. We will explore the different aspects of resistance in our lives.
Worship Sunday, Jan. 6 – Join us for “New Year’s Intentions,” with Rev. Justine Sullivan and the CREC. Let’s look forward together as 2019 offers us all an occasion to begin again.
Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018 – Join us for our Kwanzaa service with guest speaker Seko Varner. Kwanzaa offers our congregation a time to celebrate the best of black history, heritage, and identity.