• 18 August Minister Moment - It’s August and it is rainy. The good news is that the hurricane went offshore, though it brought with it lots of hot, yecchy weather. August is a good month to enjoy Air Conditioning — invented in 1902 by Willis Carrier… and not common when our UCN building was constructed. The invention was, according to … Continued
  • Aug 18 Update - by Doug T.
  • 11 Aug Minister Moment - “We Cannot Have the Extraordinary Without The Ordinary” – P. L. Travers This has been a very long work week for me, though I have not been at UCN. Susie Gullixson, Brian Brennan and I, along with eight other members of the Coastal Virginia UU’s have just completed a “Leadership Experience” in central Virginia. The five-night residential … Continued
  • 4 Aug Minister Moment - The Parable of the Basketballs In southern Illinois the attitude is very midwest, but the weather is not. In one of its small towns there was a street, a street with families living along it. A street with a turn-around at the end. A street with a basketball hoop. Once the summer heat had ended, … Continued
  • Facility Design Team Update: August 3 - Update to the Congregation July 2017 From the Facility Design Team Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists 809 South Military Highway The Facility Oversight Team held a Congregational Update on the status of the new building Sunday ( 7/30) after service. We will continue to hold such updates on a monthly basis. Since many people cannot stay … Continued
  • August 2 Update - by Doug T.
  • Renovation Update: July 14, 2017 - New Building Progress by Doug T.
  • 14 July Minister Moment - Last Sunday I gave my first of two summer sermons. The summer here at UCN is a time for members and guest speakers to comment on a particular topic – this year the topic is “growth.” And this coming Sunday my friend and colleague, Walter Clark, will be speaking on a “growth event” from 50 … Continued
  • July 5 Update - New Building Progress: July 5, 2017 by Doug T. Renovation work on our new building began on June 16. A variety of materials, including doors and wood trim were salvaged. Most of the carpet and a lot of other unnecessary materials were disposed of. Our contractor has just begun removing the heating/cooling units located in most … Continued
  • Renovation Begins at “Mike” - In preparation for remodeling, our board of directors established the Facility Oversight Committee chartered to establish a project schedule and milestones for church activities supporting the renovation, coordinating interactions with our contractor, designing and planning the finishing and furnishing our space, and executing our move from Yarmouth to 809 S. Military. In mid-June, Spacemakers, our … Continued