This Sunday.

Flower Communion

Flower Communion is a traditional Unitarian celebration of the way our unique identities weave together to form a beautiful community. This will be our first on site multi-access meeting.

Black Lives Matter!

Celebrate Juneteenth (June 19)!

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, will be performing his poetry at the Champlain School (800 Pine St., Burlington) as a part of Burlington’s First Annual Juneteenth Celebration. He will leave you thinking. Rajnii’s performance will be from 6-6:30 PM, followed by Middlebury College’s own (and our friend) the super-talented dancer and teacher Christal Brown, from 7-7:30 pm, also at the Champlain School. Details can be found at https://www.juneteenthbtv.org/  Hope to see you there! Read More about “Celebrate Juneteenth (June 19)!”

UUA General Assembly 2021

Words from Rev. Barnaby

From the Minister

 I’m enjoying the coincidence that our annual meeting on June 6th coincides with new light on the pandemic horizon in Vermont. The dawn of the time when we can begin to gather with fewer and fewer restraints truly feels at hand.

      As I said in my sermon May 23, there are sobering aspects to this long hoped for change. We need to anticipate how the traumas of the past year and a half may show up in our midst when we gather. We will be challenged to respond to hard to predict feelings with compassion. Read More about “From the Minister”

Covid-19 Policy

Our Covid-19 safety policy is still in effect, with onsite public Sunday morning resuming June 2021 at the earliest.

Member Stories

O congregation of sensible shoes.
O buttoned plaid shirts, men in neat beards,
O matriarchs with your practical Judy Dench hair,
O, church parking lot of Prius and Volt. We

are trying. We hung Black Lives Matter
over the door, and that’s not nothing.
Nobody is … read more.

Caitlin Gildrien