Purity is not good for us. Our impurities are nothing more than invitations to evolve into our better selves.

That is why our covenant is so important. We are here to hold each other accountable, but to hold each other accountable in kindness and therein to realize our strength and to develop a power that can truly transform the world even as it transforms us.
— MVUU Sermon Snap: The Reverend Ron Phares

Gearing up for the MVUU Fall Religious Education Program:
Students and Teachers Wanted!

This year's theme follows our congregation's focus on Economic Disparity. The curriculum for 10 and under as well as the 11–13 year olds is ready to go. There are opportunities for teaching. Please contact Adria Brooks, Lara Brennan, or anyone else on the RE committee, with your interest in this very important part of our congregation.

Nursery care: 
(birth–preschool) Sundays 10:10 am to 12:10 am
Kinder–8th grade:
Sundays 10:25 am to 11:45 am
Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU): Grades 9–12, Meet as scheduled.
Adults: Evening and daytime classes, workshops, and lectures are offered throughout the year.

Registration and specific class information notices are sent via the online newsletter (copies available from the Sunday Greeter or the MVUU office).

 


MVUU Member Richard Kopp carrying our congregation's banner at the Parade of Banners at this year's General Assembly

MVUU Member Richard Kopp carrying our congregation's banner at the Parade of Banners at this year's General Assembly