It is impossible to predict all of the winter weather conditions that might warrant the closing of CVUUS. This is especially true for services on Sunday morning when no one would want us to be closed. In an effort to provide an approach that might … read more.
The 2018-19 Radical Love Giveaway party happened Jan. 13, but it isn’t over until we say it’s over, right? So here’s where we go from here…
1) For anyone who hasn’t yet thanked Piper Harrell and Mary Hadley, and everyone who worked with them to get … read more.
Sunday, March 17, Congregational Conversation: Undoing Intersectional White Supremacy, 11:15 AM, Sanctuary. Delegates at the 2018 General Assembly in Kansas City, MO, selected “Undoing Intersectional White Supremacy” to be the 2018-2022 Congregational Study/Action Issue (CSAI) of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) of Congregations. The Congregational … read more.
On August 14 the CVUUS Board voted to invest in Acorn Energy Coop’s AES2 community solar project, whose 612 photovoltaic panels will feed 150 kilowatts peak power into the electric grid. If all goes as planned, AES2 should start producing power this fall.
Addison Allies wants you to know downtown businesses are helping. Addison Allies is this month’s Benefit Bread recipient at American Flatbread, Middlebury Hearth. This means that for each Punctuated Equilibrium flatbread sold in the month of January, they get $1. And Two Brothers has a salsa … read more.
CVUUS prepares a community dinner on Friday at the Congregational Church of Middlebury every year. It was CVUUS’s turn to host the supper for 200 guests on Jan 11 served from 5-6 pm led by Kathryn Schloff, Alan Moore and Abi Sessions. We thank CVUUS for … read more.
Sunday, Dec 16, Remembering Victims of Gun Violence, 11:30 pm—Communities all across the country will be holding memorials this month because December 14th is the 6th anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy. This year we will light candles for them and others, and say the … read more.
The #Metoo movement has been so powerful and has helped many survivors to find their voice, as shared in recent worship services and events. This also comes with a need for support, both for survivors speaking, and for those supporting and listening. WomenSafe is here … read more.
Our Youth Group, led by Heidi Sulis and Gail Borden, dedicates this year to homelessness support again. As last year, they will visit and plan several meals at John Graham Shelter in Vergennes. Abi Sessions and our Youth Group camped out at the annual Homelessness … read more.
HOPE Food Shelf Gleaning Opportunities
Yates Family Orchard (1074 Davis Rd Hinesburg)
FRI Oct 19, 12-4 pm
At junction of Rt 17/116 take Burpee Rd north. Left on Monkton. Straight at 3-way stop. Left at Y onto Davis Rd. Orchard on left.
Woodman Hill Orchard (175 Plank Rd, Vergennes)
SAT … read more.