Welcome Home, Stranger

Services at 9:15am and 11am.
“We are a nation of immigrants.” We’ve heard it so often, and of course it’s true. Yet it’s not just Americans but all people everywhere who are travelers and seekers, as far back as we can trace. Whence comes this constant searching? Where do we come from and why? Is it for food, for freedom, to scratch an itch, or satisfy an ill-defined yearning? And when will we ever be at home? And perhaps the greatest question of all, being strangers ourselves, how will we treat our fellow travelers?

Living our Faith

Services at 9:15am and 11am.
Together with Reverend Nica, a group of 12 congregants from CVUUF attended Justice District Assembly in Arizona at the end of March. They were immersed in issues of immigration, race, environment and intersectional justice. The weekend culminated with Sunday worship at the Border Wall. Join us as they bring their experiences back to CVUUF, and learn how these members lived their faith.

Easter Sunday – Resurrecting our Spirits

The poet, May Sarton, wrote:
“Help us to be the always hopeful gardeners of the spirit,
Who know that without darkness nothing comes to birth,
As without light nothing flowers.”
Easter celebrates rebirth, hope and joy after times of great pain and hopelessness. Join us for a UU interpretation of the Easter story that looks at how to trust that our spirits can resurrect after difficult times.

 


 
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