From the Minister 5/4/22

Dear Ones,

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! The covenant for the Unitarian Church of Norfolk was signed on May 6th, 1930. So, although we have undergone a name change, CVUU is 92 this week! That is a great reason to celebrate and an even better reason to think about … read more.

Off the Walls

Welcome to CVUU’s virtual art show, “Off The Walls,” the brainchild of our Arts and Walls Committee. Each month we feature a new artist.

This month, “Off the Walls” is exhibiting the woodworking talent of Anthony LaRocco. This image is of his Spalted Pecan Bowl, … read more.

What are we reading?

We have two active book clubs at CVUU, for all the readers among us!

The Novel Ideas Book Club is a UU-style, open-to-all gathering and discussion group of bibliophiles who appreciate a wide genre of reads, from history to true crime. For any readers interested in participating, … read more.

Board Bits

The CVUU Board of directors met Thursday, April 21st, 2022. Board meeting minutes are available upon request from the CVUU Board Secretary (Suzanne Miles) or Congregational Administrator (Susie Gullixson) approximately 30 days after the board meeting date. The Board currently holds hybrid Zoom/in-person meetings. The … read more.


Dear Ones,

May 1st is right around the corner, and to celebrate its arrival, this Sunday, we will be having a Maypole dance in the Gathering Area at the close of the service. It will be the first one since before the pandemic shutdown, so it … read more.

Youth News 4/27/22


This Sunday

This Sunday, we will meet on-site at the church at NOON to discuss the Coming of Age service.  There will be a Zoom option for those who aren’t able to attend. Please let me know if you won’t be able to make it.  

We’ll gather under the covered patio … read more.

RE Happenings 4/27/22

This past Sunday, we talked about how we affect our environment. We watched a short video titled “The Cracked Pot.” The story is about how a person fetching water daily with a leaky bucket unintentionally helped wildflowers and grass grow. We discussed how we could … read more.

Update from Our President

If you haven’t had the opportunity yet, please come to the 1100 service and say hello! It has been wonderful seeing all the “New” members – many who joined during while we were forced to meet virtually in person during the worst of the pandemic. … read more.


Dear Ones,

I love this time of year. There is something special about spring. Plants are ending their dormancy and things that appeared brown and lifeless are now green and full of the promise of what is to come.  Birds and other animals are welcoming new life, too. It … read more.