Call for Action

After a Borough Town Hall meeting in January dealing with racial inequity, racial injustice, and systemic racism in our community, the Carlisle Borough Council drafted a resolution proposing the creation of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to officially address these issues. You can find a … read more.

Want to sing with the choir for Easter?

The sun is shining!  The snow is melting!  Easter can’t be far away!

Sure enough, the UUCV Choir will be putting together another recorded choir piece for Easter Sunday worship.

Singers of all ages and levels of experience (and, frankly, in any location!) are welcome to join … read more.

Carlisle CARES

We will deliver a  winter warming dinner to CARES on Sunday, March 21.

CARES is serving a larger number of folks since the weather turned cold.

Contact Pam to sign up for an item.

For this meal we need the following items.

… read more.

Capital Campaign Financial Status

Amount Pledged: $531,418
Amount Received: $479,552
Amount still to be collected: $51,866

Money received will determine which campaign projects can be completed. Please support UUCV’s campaign goals:
· pay your pledge
· make a donation – by check or the website DONATE button
(indicate: “Capital Campaign”)

Join us for UUCV Vespers

What is a Vespers Service? The Google dictionary defines it thus:  “Vespers is a sunset evening prayer service in the Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic, Lutheran, and Anglican liturgies of the canonical hours.”
How do we use the term here at UUCV for the Vespers … read more.

CARES dinner for 40 – 50

 

We will deliver a  winter warming dinner to CARES on Sunday, February 21, 2021.

CARES is serving a larger number of folks since the weather turned cold.

Contact  Pam to sign up for an item.

For this meal we still need the following items.

SIDES –  3 … read more.

UUA Common Read

Every year the UUA selects a common read. This is one book that the denomination invites Unitarian Universalists across the country to read together. The idea is that it helps us to be part of one larger conversation. The 2021 common read is Breathe: A … read more.