“UUniversity” begins Thur., Feb 13, 6:30 – 8 pm with a book talk/small group ministry in Fellowship Hall’s Blue Room. We will discuss the UUA’s 2019-2020 Common Read An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (Beacon Press, 2015). A few reviews … read more.
The Safe Congregations Ministry held a workshop on De-escalation Techniques led by Chris Mason of the Middlebury Police Department on Sun., Feb. 2 after the service. We encouraged anyone interested in learning how to deal with individuals who are disturbed and/or not acting normally to … read more.
Margy Young convened our monthly conversational conversation on this topic following our Martin Luther King Jr worship service on Jan 19, 2020 in our sanctuary. Rev. Barnaby provided a brief history of UU and UUA anti-racism work and then led a reflection on what we … read more.
CVUUS Youth Group, led by Gail Borden and John Barstow, is paying attention to hunger! They prepare dinners for John Graham Shelter and participated in the vigil on the Middlebury Town Green and sleep out on the Mableworks lawn to raise awareness of homelessness on … read more.
In response to deportations of Addison County farm workers and separation of families, many seek to help. We continue to inquire about how to communicate better with farmers, migrants and volunteers about who we are and what help we offer. CVUUS and other groups work … read more.