This Sunday

The One Family

Our Unitarian forbearer William Ellery Channing famously said that he was a member of “the living family of all souls.” The latter part of that phrase – all souls – is fairly well-known in our UU movement thanks to so many congregations bearing that name. … read more.

Welcome to CVUUS

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Words from Rev. Barnaby

From the Minister

I’m just about a month from turning 70, or, as I now like to think of it, the last stage of being middle-aged. The blessings of good health and the privilege of serving as your minister help me sustain this perspective.

We recently celebrated the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who would now be 91 if he hadn’t been murdered in 1968. I concede that 91 is old, although I reserve the right to reconsider if I somehow make it to 90! I’m mindful of the story of the Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., then a sharp 91 year-old… 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