This Sunday.

Reclaiming Our Dead and Their Death

Guest Martha Dallas shares on the movement towards Home Funerals and Green Burials. Our choir sings Justice & Joy by Amanda Udis-Kessler (see

Black Lives Matter!

No More Killing!

Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) invites us to stay engaged on Black Lives Matter efforts. Our Black neighbors, friends, and family members have been asking us to dismantle racism in ourselves for a long time.  “No More Killing” vigils sponsored by CVUUS and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) congregating at Middlebury’s College Park last year said NO to police brutality following George Floyd’s death.  Read More about “No More Killing!”

UUA General Assembly 2021

Words from Rev. Barnaby

From the Minister

 In his autobiography, John Murray, the pioneering American Universalist minister, described a near brush with death in Boston in 1774 at the age of 32. A demonstrator seeking to disrupt his talk at a meeting hall hurled a large stone through a window that narrowly missed his head. Murray paused to retrieve the rock, which he held up to the audience, and then said, “This argument is solid and weighty but it is neither rational nor convincing. 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

When Donald Trump got elected President, I said I would build a bigger table.

Kate Gridley