This Sunday.

Raising Whole Kids through Music

With guests Glendon Ingalls and Bear Irwin, lifelong music educators and performers, who were referred to us by Anne Severy, former longtime MUHS band teacher. Live and varied instrumental music, including with students, Amanda Kearns and Caleb Benz. Worship Associate Martha Fulda. Multi-access.

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Black Lives Matter!

Showing Up for Racial Justice

Rajnii Eddins, the gifted young spoken-word performer and poet who was scheduled to do a reading at CVUUS last March of 2020, just as the entire world shut down due to COVID, performed his poetry at the Champlain School (800 Pine St., Burlington) as a part of Burlington’s First Annual Juneteenth Celebration. Rajnii’s performance was followed by Middlebury College’s own (and our friend) the super-talented dancer and teacher Christal Brown. Clemmons Family Farm and Rokeby Museum also honored the day. Read More about “Showing Up for Racial Justice”

UUA General Assembly 2021

Spirituality and the Arts

Aug 22—Abstraction and Spirituality—With Hattian artist Sophia Domeville

This summer our Spirituality and the Arts focused services will be available online, with select services being held in person. Follow our weekly blast or check the website for more details.

                                           

In early September join us for our annual Water Communion. Save your summer travels waters to add to our communal bowl during this multi-access service in and outside of the Sanctuary. Or for those unable to take part in person, join by Zoom!

Words from Rev. Barnaby

From the Minister

 Greetings Beloveds, I’ve been using some of my June study time to reread Widening the Circle of Concern. It’s a 196-page   report published in 2020 after three years of research by the Unitarian   Universalist Association on ways for UU’s to transform our congregations into more racially, culturally, and socially diverse communities.

      In a late insertion after the Table of Contents, the authors acknowledged the disruptive arrival of the pandemic. They wrote, Read More about “From the Minister”

Group Meetings Inside or Outside Are Permitted

Anyone using CVUUS grounds or buildings MUST get clearance and schedule ahead of time with the Office (office@cvuus.org).  Take pre-screening health survey before attending, sign in on clipboard, and adhere to CVUUS COVID CHECKLIST. Those singing or playing musical instruments inside should follow our policy for Singing and Playing Instruments in Sanctuary.

Member Stories

As some of you know, I was raised in this community from the age of 9. I vaguely remember the infamous first meeting in the Berninghausen’s, and remember well every stage of our growth leading up to this lovely space. In the early days of … read more.

Hannah Sessions