The Dream of White Innocence

Tara Hawkins

Due to the low attendance last week, we will be reprising that service this week. This Sunday we will be pondering what went wrong in the Civil Rights movement. Why are black people subject to the same terror now that they were 50 years ago? Tara be reading the Rev. William G. Sinkford’s brilliant sermon, “The Dream of White Innocence.”

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This I Believe

The “This I Believe” series provides an opportunity for members and friends of CVUU to reflect upon beliefs and core values that guide us in our daily lives and to share the diversity of beliefs of our congregation.


Opening Reading from Pope Francis, in his ecumenical address, "The Joy of the Gospel."

“The Christian ideal will always be a summons to overcome suspicion, habitual mistrust, fear of losing our privacy, all the defensive attitudes which today’s world imposes on us. Many try to escape from others and take refuge in the comfort of their privacy or in a small circle of close friends, renouncing the realism of the Read the full testimonial.

Who should not be a Unitarian Universalist?
For a UU, a "tradition" is something that was done last year, and a "firmly established tradition" is something that has been done for the past two years. If it has been done for the last three years, it is "the way we've always done it." Read the full testimonial.