The highest priority is that people of all ages are opened to deeper connections with themselves, others, and the spirit of life.

— From CVUUS Purpose Statement – Why We Exist, adopted Fall, 2011

Visiting, Volunteering, and Joining

Come visit CVUUS any Sunday morning at 10am and join us for conversation after the service, at about 11am.

Consider joining CVUUS if you have decided that our community is where you find spiritual renewal.

Get to know us by volunteering and support CVUUS with your donations.

If you are in need of support, contact Rev. Barnaby or the CVUUS Caring Network.

See our 2017-2018 Annual Report: 2017.2018 CVUUS Annual Report

CVUUS Programs and Groups

Deepen and broaden your personal spiritual growth by joining a Small Group Ministry group.

Meditate with the CVUUS Sangha any Sunday evening.

Thursday Night Out provides supper, games, homework help and quiet reading time for up to 10 kids (age 10 and under) from 5- 7:30 pm in Fenn House while parents have some grown up time. Every first and Third Thursday of the month, November through March.  Let Kate Gridley know if you would like to help the Caring Network in providing supper or supervision. kmgridley@gmail.com or 989-1928.

Openings for Deeper Connections

Worship Team: Provide the congregation with varied coherent services that are spiritually deep as well as intellectually, existentially, and morally challenging. Help to plan and deliver Sunday Services: plan yearly and monthly themes, assist the worship leader. Have a voice in what happens each Sunday. We meet every third Wednesday of the month beginning at 7:10 pm. Contact Becky Strum strumrebecca@gmail.com

Religious Exploration Council: Help plan and implement RE programs. Meets monthly. Contact Tracey Harrington 4.mt.mice@gmail.com

Finance: Help count the collection after church – Mary Hadley hadley@juno.com

Hospitality: Set-up, serve, clean-up coffee hour – Elizabeth Cultrara elizabeth.cultrara@gmail.com

Ushers: Smiles. Greengs. Introductions. Welcomes. How are these words related? They describe ushers – the people who greet and hand you the hymnals and programs. Being an usher is easy, fun and great way to meet people – stress-free. Consider being one today. Talk to any usher to learn more or Mike Greenwood, mike802vt@comcast.net