Rethinking Conventional Wisdom ~~ Ruth Walker, Del Carpenter (CA) Some of W.E.B. DuBois’ writings, especially from his later years, generated challenges to ideas Ruth had accepted with little study or thought. How much propaganda have we swallowed?
Love, Grief and Living: Co-sermon conversation with Pastor Emma and John Miller. Join us for a conversation about how living fully means experiencing grief, and how we heal.
Notes from the Pastor
President’s Update: Transformation
Trees, Trees, Trees
Cards/Games small group
Adult Religious Education
Living the Welcoming Congregation
CVUU Future: A Contract Minister for Our Interim Period
Making the Magic Happen
Green Living Corner
Explore Becoming a Member of the CVUU
Winter is the time we crave comfort the most. We will hear how nesting can warm our spirits until springtime.
If we remove the spiritualism, is there still any reason to gather together? What do we look for from each other, and what do we expect to share with our chosen community? Let us explore some of the ways in which we can and do lift each other up.
After hearing about fifty years of UUism from Del Carpenter during the service, join us during the forum to hear from a panel of CVUUs as they share their memories of our ministers at the CVUU/UUSBHC and what we learned from them. We hope you’ll bring your own memories to share as well!
Fifty years backsliding as a UU might also be an apt title, or fifty years “and all I gave them was. . .”. Some may remember Andy Griffith’s comic line, “what it was. . .was football”. Del Carpenter hopes to be able to say “what it was. . .was meaningful” or “what it was. . .was spiritual”. And definitely some of it was meaningful, spiritual growth.
In the cold isolation of winter, music is a powerful force that can connect us on a deeper, warmer level. This was a service for all ages that included music (Note: Music is not included in this post due to internet licensing requirements)