Author: Laura Asermily

Director of Music Search Underway

By now, you’ve heard that CVUUS is taking steps toward a long-standing vision of having a Music Director. As we begin the process of identifying interested applicants, we’d like YOUR HELP in two ways.

Complete Our Short CVUUS Music Survey! First, we hope to hear from … read more.

Staying Connected! The Future of Worship

Thanks to those who joined us for a Congregational Conversation following worship in March when we talked about worship during the COVID pandemic, what lessons have we learned and how we feel about when we should be getting together again. Would/should we use more technology in … read more.

Meals for Charter House

Charter House is a local organization which has been providing housing and meals to the homeless in the Middlebury area since 2005.  Over the years, its importance has grown, as has the need. Last year Charter House provided almost 40,000 meals to hundreds of individuals … read more.

Honoring Indigenous People

CVUUS worship opens with a ringing of the bell and saying: “We recognize that CVUUS gathers on the land of the Western Abenaki people. We respect their spiritual relationship to the land. We hope to learn from them how we can live together in peace … read more.

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. 

Migrant Farmworker Support in Addison County

Honk to Halt Deportations: Community Voices for Immigrant Rights based in Burlington, VT organized a protest on Sunday, March 14 at 1pm targeting the ICE Data Support Center in Williston, VT to demand an end to deportations and highlight Vermont’s role in perpetuating the US’s … read more.