Connect

In addition to weekly Sunday Services, we enjoy a social aspect to our growth as well as outreach to others. Below is a list of some of our regular events to check out!  Newcomers and visitors are always welcome!

Tuesday
Nov012016

 

Building Your Own Theology II
Adult Religioius Education
March 5, 2017, 12:15pm
Community Hall
Contact: Rev. Gordon Clay Bailey
“Building Your Own Theology II” a six session RE program begins on Sunday March 5 from 12:15-1:00pm and ends June 4.  The class consists of four Sundays and two afternoon or evening sessions

Come with your questions about life's big issues. Come with your answers to the perplexing issues of faith.  Come and expand your own personal theology.  This is a continued opportunity for more reflection, and a time to explore life’s big questions. Rev. Gordon will guide you as you take a tougher more focused look at the UU principles and purposes, introduce spiritual practices, and help guide your immersion into the path. 

 

 

 New to UU 

Bring your questions, come prepared to learn new things about Unitarian Universalism and maybe, just maybe you will want to join us and become officially members of the UUCVH family.

For more information please contact Rev. Gordon Clay Bailey at 818-248-3954 or RevGordon@uuverdugo.org

Light refreshments served.

 

Spirit of Life

A Tapestry of Faith Program for Adults

Barbara Hamilton-Holway

Spirit of Life workshops offer participants space, time, and community to explore their Unitarian Universalist spirituality. Each focuses on a different aspect of the spiritual life, framed by the lyrics of Carolyn McDade’s song “Spirit of Life.” Like the song, the workshops are designed to be welcoming to Unitarian Universalists of many spiritual and theological persuasions. Participants are invited to claim an inclusive definition of spirituality and recognize the spiritual aspects of their lives. Reflecting, speaking, and listening are core activities in each workshop.

Friday
Nov132015

1st Sunday Potluck

Each month, on the first Sunday, the congregation shares a potluck luncheon following worship service. 

Social Action Circle

We research, propose, and faciliate humanitarian projects.  Join us monthly as we colaborate our talents to promote justice, equity and compassion in human relations; and respect for the interdependent web of all existence. 

Womens Monthly Potluck Luncheon

Monthly on the second Friday at noon.

Friendship Dinners/ Circle Suppers

Held quarterly in members' homes. Sign up sheets for "host" and "guest" are circulated in Fellowship Hall.

Knitting Circle

All skill levels are welcome!  We usually meet on the 1st Monday of the month at 7 PM.  We've just completed and delivered 28 sweaters, 49 hats, 33 pairs of newborn/preemie booties, and a blanket. Join us to continue providing beautiful, handmade, and much needed warmth!

Like to knit? Or want to learn?  Our knitting Circle meets monthly to knit sweaters for disadvantaged children throughout the world, including the United States.

Completed sweaters are sent to Knit For Kids.  We also support Stitches From the Heart providing knitted hats & booties for newborns and premature babies.

Monthly Movie Night 

Showings of classic and independent films with fresh popcorn!  Viewing schedule.