Services

Our UU Principles

Rev. Shayna shares an overview of the principles that guide the vision of Unitarian Universalism.

Our Soul Matters theme for the month of September is “Vision.” What does it mean to be a people of vision? Come envision with us throughout September!

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Leaping Into the World We Need

Rev. Dr. Mellen Kennedy is a Sufi Cherga and Universalist minister residing in Lincoln, Vermont, and serving the Springfield Vermont Unitarian Universalist Congregation. She also teaches the Sacred Art of Storytelling and does work nationally on countering Islamophobia.  She is co-founder of the UU Small … read more.

Service of the Living Waters

Reverend Shayna returns to the pulpit with a vision of our principles and how they might guide us through the year. Bring any water you may have gathered from places visited this summer and, with our living water, we will co-mingle our lives and visions … read more.

From the Garden

This service, led by the Social and Environmental Action Committee, considers the spiritual and social aspects of growing food. Our guest is Marilyn Chiarello of Edible Brattleboro, the organization with which we are sharing our Sunday offerings for the month of September.

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Life is a Labyrinth

Join worship leader Fernando Ona as he explores the following: “Each of us are navigating through a labyrinth of life, trying to make sense and meaning of our journeys. This service will share and reflect upon the lives of internally displaced people who are survivors of torture living in refugee … read more.

Confronting Our Corrupted Politics

Professor Michael Krasner will briefly survey how American politics sank to its current level, explain the dynamics of current events, and assess where we might go from here. Dr. Krasner is a professor of American government at Queens College, CUNY. Community leadership and citizenship training are … read more.

Live in the Layers, Not on the Litter

“I have walked through many lives, some off them my own,” begins a poem called The Layers by Stanley Kunitz. Charles and Nancy Butterfield, like many octogenarians, are transitioning from the farmhouse they have occupied for nearly sixty years to a continuing care retirement community … read more.