YRUU Coffeehouse rescheduled for January 30
Sunday, January 25 - 10:00 a.m.

Gifts for the Liberal Spirit
Revs. Makanah and Bob Morriss

What distinguishes UUism from most other religious traditions is both our openness and our commitment to using a variety of sources for insight, understanding and wisdom. Join us this Sunday as we explore the six sources that are named as the second half of our UU Principles and Purposes. Which ones are most important in your current religious journey? Are there any you might like to explore more fully?

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Children's Religious Education

 Classes are for PreK-grade 8 children; Nursery care is available for younger children. Children should visit the sanctuary with their parents for the first portion of
the service; teachers will escort
children to class.
See RE curriculum.
Sunday Circle
February 1, 8:30-9:30 AM. Member Carl Hansen will lead a discussion on Nicholas Wade's controversial book, A Troublesome Inheritance. All are welcome for lively disucssion.
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Guest at Your Table

 In January and February, we will be collecting donations for the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) through their "Guest at Your Table" program which supports UUSC's human rights work throughout the world.

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Are you seeking a place that stirs your head, heart and hands? The Unitarian Universalist Congregation is a caring, affirming and diverse liberal religious home in the New River Valley, bringing spirit, love, justice, learning and reason to life.

Upcoming Events and News Highlights



Looking to grow in spirit and make new connections? SGM groups meet to explore exciting spiritual and religious topics, build community and nurture personal growth. In January, there are openings in existing groups and also new groups forming. Please register by January 12. For more information and to register, go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/35NYSVX. Groups begin the week of January 19. Times and dates of groups will depend on sign ups and availability of facilitators. For more information, contact Barbara Taylor.


Intergenerational Harry Potter Movie Night

Friday, January 16 6:30-8:30 p.m. Harry Potter Movie Night continues with a showing of the 4th movie in the franchise, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It's Harry's fourth year at Hogwarts, and he finds himself mysteriously selected as an under-aged competitor in a dangerous tournament between three schools of magic. And, what about Voldemort? Is he back? Order pizza when you arrive (optional), and you can enjoy dinner with your movie. We supply the popcorn and drinks!


YRUU (High school youth group) Coffeehouse

Friday, January 30 (note new date) 7-10 p.m. Don’t miss this year’s YRUU Coffeehouse, our annual fundraiser for YRUU showcasing local talent. Enjoy a variety of entertaining acts while sipping a hot beverage and munching on a goodie or two. All proceeds go toward YRUU’s fund for UU Cons (conferences) and other outings.



Children's Garden Primary School

The Children’s Garden School runs programs for preschoolers age 3-5, as well as a kindergarten program.  Athough Children's Garden is not directly affiliated with Unitarian Universalist Congregation, it is held in rented space in our building.

For more information, visit the Children's Garden website.