To be human is to tell stories; narrative is how we make sense of the world, and the stories we create help us understand as well as shape reality. As we near the end of our church year and the school year, what is the … read more.
Speaker: Catherine Farmer Loya
All are invited to join us for this year’s live & interactive family-focused Christmas Eve service, offered via Zoom at 4pm. Join us for stories and sharing, participation and pageantry, carols and candlelight with friends of all ages. Please contact Catherine Farmer Loya at firstname.lastname@example.org … read more.
A beloved annual tradition, with a 2020 twist: our Winter Holiday Pageant, coming to a screen near you! Join TVUUC friends of all ages as we celebrate the power of stories ancient and modern, wonder at the mysteries of life and its beginnings, and do … read more.
A wise person once said, “Life is what happens when you are making other plans.” All of our religious education classes have been disrupted by the pandemic but the learning continues unabated in our homes or in our work providing essential services. So what are … read more.
Join us for a joint service with Oak Ridge UU Church, featuring youth from TVUUC and ORUUC who will share their own credo statements in a service that invites each of us to reflect on the ways in which we are continuing to “come of … read more.
4:00 pm Family Friendly Service- Catherine Farmer Loya and Rev. Chris Buice
7:00 pm Christmas Eve Evening Service of Lessons and Carols-Rev. Chris Buice
Join us for our annual winter holiday pageant, celebrating the ancient theme in many religious traditions of hope and the return of light in the darkest of times.
On Thanksgiving we often want everything to go perfectly. Sometimes it is our own perfectionism that ruins an otherwise perfect moment. Indeed the history of the holiday lends itself to a meditation on getting things wrong. This Sunday will be an service for all ages … read more.
As we celebrate Diwali with our friends from the Hindu Community Center, we’ll reflect on traditions from many faiths that celebrate the banishing of darkness through working together to offer hope and light for all of our children.
Join us this week in celebration of the journey we’ve been on together at TVUUC this year as one community of all ages, marking spiritual milestones we’ve experienced and offering a taste of each of our freely-chosen experiential RE spaces as we share stories and … read more.