Covenant Over Creed

On the eve of Yom Kippur, when we are encouraged to let go and forgive, we look at what it means to be a covenantal faith. Judaism has informed our faith with its emphasis on covenant. Rather than a covenant with God, however, Unitarian Universalism asks us to covenant with one another. In this service, we’ll explore how we can live deeply into our CVUUF covenant and the principles of our faith.

Our Vision for the Year

Services at 9:15 & 11:00
As we welcome everyone back from their summer break, we return to two services at 9:15 and 11. To begin our month focused on the theme of Vision, we share our congregational vision for the year, with priorities determined collaboratively by the Board and Minister. Join us for our annual water communion and the kick-off of our new church year.

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Work that Matters

Work that Matters
One Service Only at 10:00am
Borrowing a line from the poem “To Be Of Use” by Marge Piercy, members of CVUUF, Anita Contini, Matthew Petras, Judy Blades, and Michael Posey, will speak of work they have found meaningful. Worship Associate Thelma Williams invites you to join us as we celebrate Labor Day.


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