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  • John Blacklow Plays Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff

    Friday, January 10, 12 pm, Meeting House. Hailed for his "powerful and eloquent" playing (New York Times), as “a gifted musical presence with a high sense of pianistic fantasy” (Salzburger Nachrichten) and “capable of the utmost in virtuosity” (Fanfare Magazine), John Blacklow is a pianist of unusual versatility, as a soloist, as a collaborator with many ensembles and recital partners, and as an interpreter of repertoire both past and current. The concert will b...  Read more.

  • Poems used on Sunday 12/22

    The poems used in Sunday’s service (12/22) were:Rhiannon Smith read “Starlings in Winter” by Mary OliverRev. Kathleen included these in her sermon:What Can I Say by Mary OliverEagle Poem by Joy HarjoAnacostia River by El’Jay Johnson Yes! No!   Read more.

  • The names of authors

    For people who worshiped at our Hillcrest campus on 12/15/19, we apologize that the authors’ names of the read poems were not included in the order of service. Here they are in the order they were read in the service. Thank you.

    “A Ritual to Read to Each Other” by William E. Stafford

    “For Calling the Spirit Back from Wandering the Earth in its Human Feet” Joy Harjo

    “Between Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice, Today” by Emily Jungmin Yoon

     “Shaking Hands” by Padraig O Tuama  Read more.

  • Watch the newest video from our VTF Real Estate Sub-committee - Sunday, Dec 15

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  • 26th Annual La Posada Without Borders

    Saturday, December 14, 1 pm — 4 pm, Border Field State Park. 1 pm — 2 pm Walk and talk to park. 2 pm Orientation.   Read more.

  • Holiday Craft Fair

    Sunday, December 8, 9 am, Bard Hall. Shop local and handmade for your holiday gifts, in turn raising money for Young Adult and Campus Ministry Program scholarships and supporting church members and friends who are artisans and craft persons. Vendor registration is now open to UU community.   Read more.

  • Tree Decorating and Carol Sing-Along

    Friday, December 6, 6 pm, Bard Hall. Join us for community, crafting, and merriment at this family friendly tree decorating party and sing-along!   Read more.

  • Dec. 1 VTF Stay Committee Forum video

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  • Blue Holiday Service

    Wednesday, December 4, 6:30 pm, Clark Chapel. During this holiday season, our culture insists we be happy and celebratory. For many of us, the holidays can be a painful and lonely time.   Read more.

  • An Advent Event

    Sunday, December 1, 5:30 pm, Bard Hall. You are welcome to explore waiting, the ancient Advent theme.Topics will include:Why Wait or the folly of impatience.What are we waiting for (How we are enriched by waiting.)In addition to presentation and discussion we will enjoy singing some traditional Advent songs. You are invited to bring finger foods to share.   Read more.

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