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UUCLV Virtual Sunday Service

Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 10:30. Pastor Madelyn will be conducting Sunday Service online via Zoom. You may join the service with a computer, tablet, or mobile device. If this is your first time using Zoom, please click on the Zoom Meeting link … read more.

The Building is Closed, but Church is Still Open!

Beloved UUCLV Community,

The Board and I together reached the difficult but appropriate decision to cease all in-person activities at the church. However, just because our building is closed, that doesn’t mean the church is closed. We’re still doing the work of our church, awakening the … read more.

Special Congregational Meeting Jan 12

There will be a special congregational meeting following the Jan.12 service. The purpose of the meeting will be to learn the results of an engineering study on the status of our building. The meeting will be for information only; no action will be taken. But … read more.

February Theme: Trust

DonSense – Rev. Don Garrett & the Soul Matters Sharing Circle

February: What does it mean to be a people of Trust?

When I was a child, trust was a rather straightforward concept. It had to do with telling the truth. If someone lied to me, that … read more.

January Theme: Possibility

DonSense – Rev. Don Garrett & the Soul Matters Sharing Circle

January: What does it mean to be a people of Possibility?

Of all our topics this year, possibility is arguably most central to our faith. Historically, when others saw depravity and sin at the core of … read more.

December Theme: Mystery

DonSense – by Rev. Don Garrett & the Soul Matters Sharing Circle

December: What does it mean to be a people of Mystery?

Unitarian Universalists love puzzles. We proudly announce that we are the religion that loves questions and questioning. Or to put it another way, we … read more.

November Theme: Memory

DonSense – by Rev. Don Garrett

November: What does it mean to be a people of Memory?

Michael Piazza, a UCC minister, once addressed a gathering of Unitarian Universalist minsters, acknowledging that his tradition was different from ours. He told us, “All Southerners know how to eat … read more.