Category: News

American Red Cross Blood Drive

Due to COVID vaccination efforts at the American Legion, CVUUS was approached about hosting the regular monthly blood drive until they can resume there. We are scheduled to host them in our sanctuary on Tues March 9 and May 11, 10 am – 4 pm. … read more.

Staying Connected! The Future of Worship

Join us for a Congregational Conversation following worship on March 14 via cvuus zoom when we will be asking attendees to talk about worship during the COVID pandemic, what lessons have we learned and how they feel about when we should be getting together again. … 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. Several walked with Middlebury College students protesting for justice for Breonna Taylor Friday Sept 25 at Cross St Bridge. Several have posted and had their BLM lawn signs stolen, especially from East Middlebury and Ripton. We are urged to report this to police. Follow more here. 

Migrant Farmworker Support in Addison County

Seeking volunteers to deliver meals: Open Door Clinic (ODC) receives prepared meals to be distributed to farm workers on Wednesdays and has asked Addison Allies to distribute 150-200 meals throughout  Addison County. Looking for volunteers to help with this. Can give each driver two $20 gas … read more.