We look forward to having you join in this Sunday’s UUCUV virtual Worship Service at 10 am. You are welcome to join the zoom meeting at 9:45 and chat with each other until 10, with video on so you we can all see each other. Below is the zoom link. Please let us know ahead of time if you need help with zoom.
If you already have Zoom on your laptop, tablet or phone: Open Zoom, click on Join A Meeting, and put in this Meeting ID: 792 198 974
Topic: Sunday Service Time: Mar 29, 2020 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every week on Sun, until Apr 26, 2020, 5 occurrence(s) Mar 29, 2020 10:00 AM Apr 5, 2020 10:00 AM Apr 12, 2020 10:00 AM Apr 19, 2020 10:00 AM Apr 26, 2020 10:00 AM
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Until further notice, we are not meeting physically in person for worship or any other gatherings. We are offering virtual Sunday worshipand other creative on-line alternatives to stay connected to each other and our faith. Read Rev. Jan’s message of hope and connection here.
Sunday Service, April 5, 10 a.m. with Rev. Jan Hutslar
The beginning of the service will be intergenerational and children are encouraged to be with us!
To do our part slowing the spread of the virus so that the health
care system can handle what may come, we have decided:
Until further notice, we will not be meeting in person for worshipor any other gatherings.
We are planning to offer virtual Sunday worship and other creative on-line alternatives to stay connected to each other and our faith. We will post here how to connect with us as soon as it is set up.
We are setting up a way for our congregation to reach out to one another in an organized manner to ensure that everyone has connection and support.
The Book and Music Sale has been postponed to September 26.
I invite a balance between thoughtful, practical preparedness and
sensitivity to the most vulnerable among us with a practice of soul care.
This moment demands much of us. We need to find the spark of life within us and do what is needed to
keep it alive. In the face of news
and updates and non-trustworthy authorities,
in the midst of all the fear of the unknown, we need this alive,
healthy, deeply-connected-to-all place to return to that centers, calibrates,
nourishes and aligns us to that which is real and true and life-giving.
This is our work. Take the quiet time, the music time, the
laughing time, the prayerful time to find your light. And shine it. The world
needs it. We need it.
Just as we have responded with courage and care to the crises and tragedies and setbacks of the past, we will again.
Questions to consider about resilience for February, this month that sometimes has us feeling like it will always be winter:
Where does our own resilience come from?
How do we nurture resilience?
And how does our community create a cushion for the times when we need resilience to handle what life has dished up?
Feb 23: Finding Hope in the Midst of Adversity, A Chaplain’s Quest
In the face of pain and suffering that feel overwhelming, how do we manage to go on another day? Guest minister Rev. Nancy Pellegrini will explore resilience in the context of her work as a hospital chaplain and encourage you to think about what your own sources of hope might be.
Rev. Nancy Pellegrini received her Master of Divinity Degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC and was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister in 2013. She and her husband recently moved back to Hanover, NH from Charleston, SC. For the past six years Rev. Pellegrini served as the Chaplain at the Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina and the Assistant Minister at the Unitarian Church in Charleston. She is currently doing additional chaplaincy training at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She previously had a 20-year career as a military analyst specializing in nuclear arms control at the CIA.
It’s that time of year
again! Soup, Glorious Soup! Our famous semi-annual
Soupathons feature more than a dozen delectable, hot,homemade soups. Try them
all! Accompanied by crusty, zesty breads,scrumptious homemade desserts, cider
The perfect supper for
family and friends on a cold winter evening.
$10 for adults, $5 for
children under 12 years old, kids under 5 are free.
Keynote Speaker: Rev. Jim Antal, public theologian, activist, and author of “Climate Church/Climate World.” Workshops: Advocacy for the Green New Deal (Rev. Jim Antal), Effective Legislation at the State Level (Reps Zachariah Ralph of VT & Lee Oxenham of NH), and Actions in Churches & Communities (Rev. Tom Kinder & Rev. Telos Whitfield)