This Sunday

United As One

Our stewardship service and spring pledge drive kick-off. Led by Rev. Barnaby and the Harringtons. Followed by CommUUion, a divinely-inspired but human Jesus, Humanism, and Earth-centered quarterly CVUUS ritual held right after service in the Sanctuary. This unique time of peace, reflection and shared gratitude … read more.

Spring Pledge Drive: United as One

Join us in supporting CVUUS! Pledge online now.

Words from Rev. Barnaby

From the Minister

I must be the Rip Van Winkle of the Communications Scene. I grew up and fell asleep back when folks said that you have to send out a message three times in three ways to have a good chance of it being absorbed. Now our Pledge Drive leader Tracey Harrington, an experienced school principal, and our office manager, Laura Asermily, tell me the common wisdom is that information needs to travel seven times in seven ways to reach its intended destination. Read More about “From the Minister”

Save the Dates!

Come for Fellowship!

Wed. Feb 26, 12 pm, Fellowship Hall. Bring your lunch. Beverages provided. Let Caring Network’s Dale Birdsall or Ginny Moser  know if you need a ride.

Fri. Feb 28, 6–8 pm, Fellowship Hall.
Why cook after a busy week? Come and bring the kids. We’ll provide dough, cheese, sauce, and assorted toppings. You build your own masterpiece(s). Non-alcoholic drinks provided; BYOB. Suggested cost to cover food: $5 per person or $10 per family. RSVPs to Martha Fulda at will help us know how much food to bring, but please come even if you decide at the last minute!

Hike Snake Mountain Mar 15.  All hikes are family and dog friendly with a casual walking pace! Carpool from MUHS rear lot at 10 am the morning of the hike.  UU Outdoor activities are subject to change in the event of inclement weather or “poor” hiking conditions.  Contact Mike Greenwood if you have questions.

Sat. March 28, 7 pm, Fellowship Hall. Calling all CVUUS talent! Read More about “Come for Fellowship!”

Member Stories

I am the direct beneficiary of slavery. Where do I go with that? Guilt. Denial. Tears. Anger.

Margy Levine Young