George Wooton

Interfaith Report

Services begin at 10am. Join us for refreshments following the Sunday service

Beyond the Partisan Divide

Join us this Sunday for a lively, respectful discussion of the difference between liberal religion and liberal politics. We will be discussing how UUs can better bridge the liberal/conservative divide and truly become a liberal religion, where discussions of all political ideologies and are welcome.

The Flaming Chalice

This Sunday we will look at one of our most visible symbols, the flaming chalice. We will explore the history of this symbol, its meaning and how the meaning has evolved over time. Happy new year.

Bridging Differences

This Sunday we will have a chance to explore the events of the last two weeks and what this means to each of us.With a focus on healing and all that healing entails, I ask you to join us this Sunday. Please come and bring your feelings and hopes. They are all welcome.

Our Unitarian Universalist History

This Sunday we will be exploring our Unitarian Universalist roots. Where did this church come from? How did we become the liberal religious community we are today? Come and find out.

‘This I Believe’

This 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 in our congregation. This Sunday’s ‘This I Believe’ will be a little different and will focus on Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor and lifelong voice¬†for those with no voice. Our Fifth Sunday Potluck will follow the service. Bring a dish to share or come as you are. All are always welcome!