As Unitarian Universalists, we honor the inherent worth and dignity of every person and advocate for justice, equity and compassion in human relations. At a Special Congregational Meeting of the Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists, Oct. 8th, we adopted the following resolution: “Now therefore be it resolved that the Unitarian Church of Norfolk/Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists fully supports … Continued
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Deep Breaths… This Sunday our teens will be learning CPR from our Youth Program Coordinator and certified instructor, Paul Greggs. Being trained in CPR is one way to be helpful in an emergency, and less anxious when bold action is required. Deep breaths… While they are learning CPR, the members of the congregation will be … Continued
The topic for Sunday’s discussion is “Delights and Disappointments on a Trip to Japan.” This topic was rescheduled from January 7th. Facilitator: Harvey E. J. The Adult Discussions are held every Sunday at 9 a.m. in the Curtis Room. If you are interested in leading a discussion, talk to Richard H. at church. Childcare is available.
We raised voices, awareness and funds for the homeless of Hampton Roads yesterday with our annual NEST Concert and Soup. The concert drew more than 100 attendees and took in $3,972 in donations for NEST, Norfolk’s Emergency Shelter Team! This record-breaking amount will support this ongoing program, made up of 40 churches and synagogues that … Continued
“Open Topic.” Time to share your thoughts on a number of subjects. Facilitator: Richard H. The Adult Discussions are held every Sunday at 9 a.m. in the Curtis Room. If you are interested in leading a discussion, talk to Richard H. at church. Childcare is available.
This weekend is MLK weekend, with many events scheduled. We have Fabulous (Second) Friday tonight, for all of you who have been homebound too long. Please come and enjoy vegetarian spaghetti and relax together … the snow is cleared! Then, on Sunday, there will be a special community fundraising concert event for the NEST program, … Continued
We are past the 12 days of Christmas, and it is time to tell the drummers to stop drumming. From the frozen tundra of 2018, happy new year. It would be in all caps, but it’s too cold for the SHIFT key. I hope you are nestled all snug in your beds, or at least … Continued
(New steel door frames for emergency exits) The renovations are ongoing at 809 S. Military Highway, despite the frigid temperatures. Check out these pictures from this week! A great deal of detailed framing has recently been completed in our sanctuary. The holidays and frigid weather have slowed down some aspects of the renovations, such as … Continued