We will hold a single candlelight service on Christmas eve, with music, stories, and candles. This service cannot be broadcast over Zoom because of the low lighting. Please join us in person at 7:00pm for the combined celebration of Winter Solstice and Christmas Eve. The … read more.
Speaker: Ronnie Mars
Join us on the morning of Christmas Eve for a “lessons and carols” service featuring stories of Unitarian Universalist contributions to the way we celebrate Christmas today. We will hold a single service this morning at 10:30am. This morning service is the only … read more.
Inner peace is one of the goals of spiritual practice. Sages and prophets have used silence to achieve that internal peace. By silencing the surface chatter, we can begin to hear a deeper voice. Silence is our theme this month, and we begin by exploring … read more.
We’ve had our hymnal for over 30 years, but how many hymns do we really sing? Does what we sing reflect who we are as a people? We will be exploring the reasons why we don’t sing many of our hymns, and how that says … read more.
The African diaspora via the slave trade brought sacred wisdom to the United States which wove into the history of Christianity in this country. We’ll celebrate Juneteenth by looking at the spiritual lives of Black folks during the time of slavery.
Every minister seems to have at least one sermon on change; this is Rev. Monica Jacobson-Tennessen’s version. Come look at change through the lenses of humor, humility, and love as UUCV enters into summer worship during this sabbatical season.