Sundays at 10:00 a.m. unless stated otherwise
January 4th ~~ Festival Sunday
Anniversary Sunday with Communion
~~ The Festival Team, Rev. Eva Cameron, Lynda Sutherland
As we begin the new year, we pause and remember those who have come before usâ€”our early Universalist forefathers and foremothers. They got together and created our congregation on January 5, 1875. This year we will learn a bit about some Universalists who Crossed Boundaries because of their faith. And, as every year, we will get out the old Communion silver and share in a ceremony of love.
Embracing Our Fears: Inviting Mara to Tea
~~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Maureen Murphy (WA)
There is a lovely story from the Buddhist tradition, which is used to teach us skillfulness in those moments when we find ourselves freaked out, scared, nervous, terrifiedâ€”and all the other kinds of fear that come with being human. This day we explore this story as we think about Crossing the Boundary of fear.
Equality in America: Do We Still Have a Dream?
~~ Bill Chene, TBA (WA)
A discussion of Dr. King’s landmark speech, “I Have A Dream” and how far we’ve come in achieving the goals for equality he set forth in this iconic speech.
New Member Patchwork Quilt Service
~~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Krista Saylor (WA)
Join us as we welcome our newest members in an Ingathering Ceremony. Then we will hear from a collection of our newer members about their journey to CVUU.
Wondering what UU’s Believe?
There will be an informational session from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 11th.
The session will focus on what UU’s believe and will also give you direct information on what it means to be a member of this church. You will be given a packet of information about the CVUU and an opportunity to ask questions and talk about your religious journey. If you desire to do so you may sign our membership book at this time.
These sessions are designed for people who might be interested in joining our congregation, but we understand that for some people it takes time to make this decision. We hope you will find we are the right religious home for you. We take this decision seriously, and don’t want to pressure anyone. Come and learn and ask questions.
Please let me know if you think you can attend, or if you would like to attend sessions in the future. You may contact me by email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, or phone: 319-610-1276.
Contact the Office
10:15-11:00 Children's RE
11:30- 12:15 Adult Forum & Children's Alternatve Activities
10:00-12:15 Nursery open for children 5 and under
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Note: the charge will come thru using our old name: Unitarian Universalist Society of Black Hawk County.