- COVID-19 Update -
“When Does CVUU Plan to Return to Normal Operations?”
The CVUU Board of Directors met for a virtual Board meeting on May 21, 2020. The question regarding when services and other activities may resume was discussed at length. The issue weighs heavily on the minds ... read more.
- GA goes virtual & you’re invited! -
By Rick Docksai
Thanks to the Internet, our CVUU community still thrives even while we’re physically apart. And next month, we will join the greater community of UUs nationwide in virtual space for the Unitarian Universalists Association’s (UUA’s) annual General Assembly. This event—called GA, for short—will ... read more.
- Booking Zoom: Rules of the road -
As a wise woman (Rev. Justine) said at a staff meeting, scheduling on our professional Zoom account is like sharing the family car!
So, we have to have some road rules. Please be sure and give us at least 48 hours notice for scheduling Zoom meetings. ... read more.
- Membership Team Update! -
The CVUU Membership Committee has been working on how to better connect with new people during this difficult time. They have compiled a wonderful resource for us on how to stay connected virtually! Click below for the “Welcome Table FAQ (and Answers!).
Our Membership team will ... read more.
- Print your own Covid-19 time capsule -
Thanks to Big Life Journal for this clever idea for kids – a printable My 2020 Quarantine Time Capsule filled with easy-to-do, fun activities that can help children process this challenging time and document their special memories:
- Tips for Talking About Addiction -
By Rick Docksai
We UUs generally agree that we should choose our words wisely when talking about sensitive social issues such as gender, racism, or immigration. We know that even a well-meaning person can cause hurt feelings—or in some cases, perpetuate harmful stereotypes—by saying incorrect or ... read more.
- Congregational Notice -
April 21, 2020
Dear CVUU Members,
As we continue through the COVID -19 pandemic, we are adjusting our CVUU Congregational decision making. This spring we scheduled three congregational meetings for voting purposes:The candidating week, congregational discernment and vote on our Settled Minister The Election Meeting, April 26, for ... read more.
- Sunday’s Order of Service - April 26th Order of Service (120 kB)
- Candidating Week is jam packed! -
What is Candidating Week?
A significant part of the ministerial search process, Virtual Candidating Week, is upon us!Sunday, April 26th to Sunday, May 3rd, Candidating week offers members and friends of CVUU a variety of opportunities to meet our Candidate for Settled Ministry, Rev. Viola Abbitt. ... read more.
- Sign up for ProFuture Faith -
This online discussion features material from eco-theologian and TEDx speaker, Michael Dowd, and is tailored for environmental activists (and wannabe activists) looking for a moral/spiritual foundation to supplement their secular activism.
Participants will stream a weekly 20-minute video and read a lesson emailed to them before ... read more.