Speaker: Dot Everhart

Worship: “Whad ja Get?”

As summer progresses, we’ll celebrate the first harvest festival of Lammas as we press on towards “the goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all. Dot Everhart leads the service with Wheel of the Year Small Group members as worship associates.

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Worship: “Searching for Meaning”

This service will celebrate the arts. UUCV poets, writers, musicians and artists will share their creativity with us inspiring us to join them as we search for truth and meaning. Dot Everhart leads the service with worship associate Bev Motich. 

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Worship: “Let it Be a Dance”

We will celebrate the fire festival of Beltane while also reminding ourselves of the call of the second principle of promoting “justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.” Dot Everhart preaches with worship associates from the Wheel of the Year small group.

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Worship: “What’s that Worth?”

Our first UU principle calls us to “respect the inherent worth and dignity of every person.” We’ll explore various ways of measuring ourselves. What IS our worth? How do we respect dignity? Dot Everhart leads the service.

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Worship: “The Attitude of Gratitude”

Thanksgiving is a special day for many families. Myths about the first Thanksgiving abound. Regardless of the myths, one important takeaway about Thanksgiving is that an attitude of gratitude yields mental, physical, and spiritual health benefits whenever we adopt it. One choice is to incorporate … read more.

“HER IS Beautiful”

The 6 traits of being human: humor, eroticism, rebelliousness, imagination, spirituality and beauty. The first letter of each of these makes an acronym HERISB. Dot Everhart preaching with worship associate Julie Ham.  Carole Knisely provides service music

Seeking Balance

The Spring Equinox (March 20) is a time of balance between hours of daylight and night. In this time of challenging news, many people report increasing disequilibrium or feeling unbalanced. We’ll explore some ways to celebrate the equinox and to invite more balance into our lives. Dot Everhart preaching with worship associate Michele Burton.