Month: April 2019

Novel Idea Book Club starting!

Join us for discussion and fellowship!

The Novel Ideas is a new, UU-style, open-to-all gathering & discussion group of bibliophiles who appreciate a wide genre of reads, from history to true crime. We will meet at 6 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month (except for … read more.

Adult Discussion April 14

Adults of all ages welcome to join the Adult Discussion Group. The group meets every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in Room 205 before the service.
Sunday’s topic is:“Transgender Stories – Part II.”

Join us for fellowship and learning followed by plenty of time for dialogue and questions. Facilitator: Richard Horwege.

All … read more.

Adult Discussion April 7

Adults of all ages welcome to join the Adult Discussion Group. The group meets every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in Room 205 before the service.

Sunday’s topic is:“From the Heart: A Transgender Virginian’s Story.”


Join us for fellowship and learning as a transgender community member … read more.

Rules for service animals

More and more people with disabilities are making their way to church on Sunday with the help of a service animal.

In keeping with Unitarian Universalist principles of recognizing the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and seeking justice, equity, and compassion in human relations, … read more.

Update on Minister Search Team

The CVUU congregation approved the Ministerial Search Team which will identify our new settled minister in about August 2020. The members include: Tasha Dockery, David Hutcheson, David Kidd, Martha Shore, Kevin St. George, Brian Schiller, Tracy Navarra-Davis and Lindsay Pryor

To read the bios on these candidates, click here:

They will … read more.

Together for the Future

Mark your calendars for 7 p.m., Saturday, May 18th for “Together for the Future,” a benefit concert to raise funds for our children’s playground.

Tickets for the show are $10 and can be purchased on our website or after service on Sundays. Artists Amy … read more.

April News!

No fooling, our April newsletter is out and full of events – our Building Dedication, Cooking Classes, Tai Chi and more!

Read a word from Rev. Justine Sullivan and don’t forget to check out our literary submissions – book reviews and a monthly gardening column, all … read more.