Led by Rev. Barnaby. Followed by CVUUS Annual Meeting ONLINE.
Order of Service
Pre-Service Prelude: CVUUS Spring Worship Theme by Chuck Miller
Welcome Bell: Kate Gridley
Prelude: My Lord What a Mourning trad. Spiritual Kate Gridley
Welcome and Pathways to Connection: Wren Colwell, Worship Associate
Call to Worship: Much of Ministry Is a Benediction by Rev. Susan Manker-Seal
Time for All Ages: This Day In June by Gail E. Pitman Poppy Rees, Dir. of Religious Exploration
Honoring the Children in Song: Let Us Open Our Eyes sung by Poppy Rees
Milestones and Passages: Welcoming New Members (Pam Billings, Julia Chant, Janice Sabett) with Rev. Barnaby and the Congregation
Song Spirit of Life by Carolyn McDade Kate Gridley
Testimonials Julia Chant and Mike Greenwood
Q&A with Rev. Barnaby — Building More Love with a New Blueprint
Benediction & Extinguishing the Chalice
Postlude: May Nothing Evil Cross This Door lyrics, Louis Untermeyer; music, Robt. Quaile Kate Gridley
Thanks to our “Stream Team” Margy & Jordan Young, Richard Hopkins, Lucy Tenenbaum and Rich Wolfson.
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Black Lives Matter Vigil
We hope to see a lot of you Sunday afternoon for our follow-up to the May 29 “No More Killing” vigil. We will once again congregate at College Park, this time at 5 pm, to go to the bridge. This time we will continue on to Rt. 7 and turn left up toward the Upper Town Green. This should help us keep proper spacing, which was hard to do last time with the unexpectedly large turnout. Covid-19 cases are ticking up again albeit not, sor far, in Addison County. Nevertheless, safety is of paramount importance. Check your temperature before you come, wear masks, do the disinfecting and hand washing! Bring signs too! A special note for families — if you show up at 4 pm, there will be opportunities for protest chalk drawing on the sidewalks in the park.