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!
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)
We are living in an angry, chaotic, polarized world. The events that change by the day are
impacting almost every aspect of our lives. This includes our institutions as well as our
relationships with our family and friends. We explore some of the reasons that may
have gotten us here and what UUs can do to help calm some of the chaos in our community and beyond. To listen to this service click here.
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Money doesn’t grow on trees. . .but actually, neither do churches., to listen to this service where we playfully explore our relationship to prophets and our own precious community. To listen to this service click here.
We explored the rich diversity of language and history around sexuality and gender. To listen to this service click here.
Lynn Brant presents the service based on a book chosen by Ruth Walker. To listen to this service click here.
We listen to stories from members lives that will help to equip us for resistance and activism. To listen to this service click here.
In honor of Inauguration weekend, our two part sermon series continues with the timeless messages our faith offers the world. To listen to this service click here.
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