Thursday, February 21st at 7:00 PM
In 2014, following their joint retirement, Mark and Cappy Nunlist went on a walkabout, first to Tasmania, an island off the southeast coast of Australia, then to New Zealand.
Cappy will give a slide presentation about the
first part of this once-in-a-lifetime trip. See unspoiled beaches, spectacular
cliffs, learn about Tasmania’s unique history, a world-famous trek – and
Tasmanian devils – what more could you ask for!
If you enjoyed her recent talk about New Zealand, you
are sure to be fascinated by this one.
Enjoy coffee and a selection
of homemade desserts after the presentation.
$10 donation appreciated, fundraiser for UUCUV
5:30 PM at UUCUV–Friends of Music Event
Watch a stirring documentary about
Estonia’s “Singing Revolution”, followed by performance of Estonian freedom
songs by the Jubilate Singers of the Upper Valley (“JS”). “JS” is one of only
three North American non-Estonian Choirs to be invited to sing in the 2019
Estonian Song Celebration. JS will join with over 1,100 Estonian Choirs (20,000
singers) to sing Estonian songs for an audience of over 125,000 next July. Come
be moved by the story and the music.
The theme of the program is “Longing, Happiness and Regret,” explored in music about places, love, and the spirit. We sing songs of desire for Innsbruck, California, and Jerusalem, of happiness in spring groves and heavenly chariots, and of regret for youthful offenses and surrendered loves. Music has to power to distill and intensify feelings, and we draw on composers from Josquin to Motown to unleash this power on these three fundamental emotions.
Wrensong is a group of accomplished singers drawn from Vermont and New Hampshire’s Upper Valley communities. We are devoted to presenting the best in small group choral music, with a particular focus on the vocal treasures of the Renaissance. Wrensong’s repertoire ranges from the secular to the religious, and our concerts often include narration aimed at giving audiences a context for listening with understanding. Wrensong has performed in many venues around Vermont and New Hampshire, including concerts and devotionals at the Vermont State House, and in services at Harvard’s Memorial Church.
Carol Sing at UUCUV–Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 7:30 PM
UUCUV will host the Second Annual Community Carol Sing in the UUCUV Sanctuary. All are welcome to come with family and friends to sing songs of the season. It is informal. Participants request specific songs, and the group sings them with gusto, accompanied by piano. There will be music and word sheets for all. During a refreshment break, Jane Sachs and Jo Shute will lead their bell choir in favorites of the season. Please join us for an evening of fellowship and musical fun!
Holiday Blue Vespers Wednesday, December 19, 6:00 PM (UUCUV)
If you would like to take a breath, have some quiet and reflective time in a small group, or if for you this holiday season is more challenging than merry, please join us for this contemplative vespers service.
Christmas Eve Services–Monday, December 24
4:30 PM Christmas Pageant with Sparrow
6 PM Candlelight Service with Rev. Jan
Come Caroling & Visiting Nursing Home residents on Christmas Morning! Dec. 25
Once again we will be visiting two area nursing homes on Christmas morning to bring good cheer to the residents. You are welcome to bring cards and your singing voice – though no singing ability is required! Song sheets will be provided. We will hand out some holiday cards and stuffed animals. We will visit Hanover Terrace on Rt .10 in Hanover at 10 AM, and Genesis – Lebanon Center near Wilson Tire off Rt. 120 in Lebanon at 11 AM. If there is sufficient interest we may form a carpool from the meeting house. Come to one or both! For more information contact Rich Greenlee: email@example.com or 802-436-1150.
Enjoy a menu of favorites from past dinners including:
Chickpea dal in brown onion sauce
Pumpkin and coconut puree
Aloo Gobhi (potatoes & cauliflower)
To reserve email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
This dinner is a fundraiser to send our minister and four UUCUV women
to visit our partner church in Mukhap, India in February.
A minimum donation of $20 is suggested.
10-4 at Tracy Hall in Norwich, VT
Twenty-three years ago, the UUCUV’s Social Responsibility Committee wanted to raise funds for charitable giving. We came up with the idea of making star shaped ornaments from milkweed pods to sell. Although we no longer make the ornaments, we have kept the name, Pods for the Pulpit, because it has become so well known. Money raised at the Fair (it’s been around $10,000 in recent years) goes to Ways and Means with half dedicated to charitable giving and half benefiting the UUCUV.
According to chairwoman Sally Page’s calculation, over the past 23 years we have given away over $150,000 to various local non-profits (which are selected each year by the congregation at our annual meeting). This year the two that will benefit are The Haven (which we all know about) and UV Strong, which helps people in Vermont and New Hampshire affected by natural disasters, especially floods.
Friday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 PM at UUCUV
“Rural Roots Revival”
A Maine father/daughter, off-grid homesteader, environmental activist, musician duo performing original, earth-loving, heart-connected, acoustic songs Suggested donation $10
Saturday, October 13–10 am -1 pm
You are invited to visit the new Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse and welcome the Rev. Jan Hutslar to our community.
Refreshments and children’s activities.
320 Rt. 5 South, Norwich, VT
Since next Thursday’s Lunar eclipse is not visible in North America, we can live stream it here starting at 1PM!