A community festival celebrating the contributions of migrant farmworkers to New Haven and Addison County will be held on the New Haven Town Green on Saturday, October 1, from 11 AM to 3 PM. The festival is centered around the Vermont Humanities Vermont Reads … read more.
View a recording of Middlebury College’s “United for Ukraine” Concert from 4/24/22 here. It was an extraordinarily moving program featuring Middlebury Community Chorus which includes several singers from CVUUS.
As we are all painfully aware, the situation in Ukraine is not getting any better; with … read more.
Watch the Juneteenth worship service led by Esther Charlestin with others on June 19. Learn about the proposed “8th” UU Principle: Dismantling Systemic Racism and the CVUUS Race in America Book Group. Jean Terwilliger and Mike Greenwood will lead a common reading and discussion of Woke Racism this fall and led one on Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson in early 2022 and others in past years.
In response to deportations of Addison County farm workers and separation of families, many UUs seek to help. With farmers, migrants and volunteers in our community, CVUUS continues to explore where help is needed. We work with and through other groups toward meeting migrants’ language, legal, banking, … read more.
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. Pre-COVID Charter House provided almost 40,000 meals to hundreds of individuals and … read more.
CVUUS worship opens with a ringing of the bell and saying: “We recognize that CVUUS gathers on land seized from the Western Abenaki people by European colonizers. We respect the Abenaki’s spiritual relationship to the land and waters of the Champlain Valley. We are … read more.