Speaker: Jay Black

This I Believe

Join us online through Zoom each Sunday at 10:00 AM. Jay Black is a long-time CVUU member, past president and board member and tilter of windmills for CVUU to have its own home some years ago. A former USU faculty member and endowed chair in ethics at the University of South Florida, he and his wife Leslie returned to Logan upon retirement, and have been active members of the community. His homily Sunday, “This I Believe,” traces his changing views on stewardship, religion, and spirituality, and challenges the congregation regarding ethical secular humanism.  

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.Cache Valley Unitarian Universalists is a lay-led congregation. Rather than relying on a full-time minister, members and friends of our congregation and invited guests, give of their time and talents to provide our worship experience, mirroring the diversity each of us brings to this community.

CVUU History & Potluck

This Sunday we will focus on the history of CVUU as seen by “tribal elders” Debbie and Jim Gessaman. We will introduce the guitar talents of newly hired Music Director, Lyndi Perry. Join us for our Fifth Sunday potluck. Bring a goodie to share as we catch up with one another.