We will be exploring Courage during this month – “Cur” means heart, facing life wholeheartedly with open hearts and letting our courage flow freely. It isn’t easy and often we are asked to be courageous unexpectedly; suddenly our life changes and we are faced … read more.
Wow! The summer is flying by! Although we have had wonderful services throughout July and August it still seems like September is the beginning of a new year. We will share and celebrate our summer wanderings during our In-Gathering Water … read more.
To be human is to be religious. To be religious is to make connections. To lead a meaningful life among the many competing forces of the 21st century, each of us needs support in making meaningful re-connection to the best of our global heritage, the … read more.
It was wonderful to gather under our tree and sing together on a balmy evening for our Solstice Singalong on June 21st! Thank you to Daniel K., Sharon and Stephan for their inspiring music. We were able to sing out familiar songs, and dance … read more.
As a faith community, we send our healing and prayers across our country to the families of Avalde, Texas. We mourn the deaths of nineteen children and two teachers after this tragic shooting. This tragedy weighs on our hearts and we grieve… As … read more.
“Our young traditional fiddler Hilary Menegaz Weitzner is graduating from The Putney School in June. Do you remember all those years ago when she came to services as an infant? Sunday School Days? Camp Hogwarts? For years we have been enjoying her music at out … read more.
Reflections from the President
On May 22nd we held our 100th Annual Meeting as a UU Congregation in Brattleboro, VT. The church’s history dates back to the early 1790’s but the joining together of the Unitarian and Universalist Congregations of Brattleboro occurred … read more.