Join us as we hear stories from members lives, that will help to equip us for Resistance and Activism.
Rev. Eva Cameron
In honor of Inauguration weekend, our two-part sermon series of this year’s theme continues with the timeless messages our faith offers the world.
In honor of MLK Sunday, we will explore the messages of encouragement and hope Dr. Martin Luther King Jr shared with us. In these uncertain times, its good to remember our theme for this year and study those who have gone before us.
We will celebrate the founding of the Universalist side of our congregation with some of the Universalist messages from our past. And share Communion together with the antique silver service left by our forefathers and foremothers here in the Cedar Valley.
5:30 p.m. (note time) Join us for our annual gathering with carols, stories and candlelight. Our Social Justice Collection will be for Grin and Grow Daycare scholarships. Following this service, there will be a holiday party; everyone is invited to bring a holiday treat—sweet or savory—to share.
Join us online for a livestream service on the CVUU Facebook Group at 10am. http://www.facebook.com/groups/cvuus/ ………………………………………………………………….. Mi Kamocha Ba’eilim Hashem or Who is Like You, O God? Hanukkah starts on Christmas Eve this year. Although many of us may not light the Menorah in our homes, and many Jews see it as a somewhat minor holiday … Continued
Join the Festival Sunday team for some holiday fun as we re-tell the traditional Christmas story, complete with a very curious little UU kid—who asks four UU’s their understanding of the story. Please invite your friends who struggle to make meaning of this holiday. Our Greater UU Collection will be for Meadville Lombard Theology School.
As we enter the season of Advent, Rev. Eva offers a reflection on the spiritual practice of sitting and waiting for the birth of faith, hope, peace, and love. You may find there are some connections to the current political climate. You may find there are connections to your feelings for the approaching holiday if … Continued
Join us for our Thanksgiving celebration. Please bring food items for our Parade of Food collection.
Our annual honoring of those who have gone before us. This service is for all ages. Please bring a picture or small item to add to our altar for those who you would like to honor. You may also bring flowers, or other decorations. This reflective time will be followed by a Halloween Party for the children.