June 25: Jeff Jones

more than enoughOur friend Rev. Jeff Jones brings us an inspiring message he's called "A Few of My Favorite Things: A Personal Journey with Voluntary Simplicity."

He explains: "Downsizing is often seen as a rite-of-passage as we get older. But what if living with fewer material possessions was a way of life? And as I will suggest in my sermon, material clutter is not the only baggage we carry with us in life.


 

July 2: THIS I BELIEVE, Part One

This I BelieveAn annual tradition at UUCCV! For two Sundays, we participate in the international This I Believe project, writing and sharing essays describing the core values that guide our daily lives.

Find out more about the bigger project on their website http://thisibelieve.org... and join us on these two Sundays for the in-person experience.

The first of the two Sundays will feature the essays of our Lay Ministers for Worship. Next Sunday it'll be your turn!


 

July 9: THIS I BELIEVE, Part Two

This I BelieveAn annual tradition at UUCCV! For two Sundays, we participate in the international This I Believe project, writing and sharing essays describing the core values that guide our daily lives. 

Find out more about the bigger project on their website http://thisibelieve.org... and write your own short essay on the topic that you can share with us on July 9th, because this Sunday it's your turn!


 

July 16: Rev. Melissa!

melissapicThis Sunday Rev. Melissa Mummert will be back with us. As we consider our own and each other's beliefs this month, this week we'll consider the value of NOT knowing. “Not-knowing” in Zen is sometimes called “beginner’s mind.” With beginner's mind, we may experience a freshness to life and a freedom from long-held judgments. Come with open minds and hearts!


 

July 23: Hugh Hammond

discussion"Listening Until Our Needs Become One" is the message from our friend Hugh Hammond.

A profound exploration for our month devoted to the concept of Belief. Be with us!


 

Change the World

change the worldwalkin roll

Social Concerns/Social Justice Committee’s JUNE project to “CHANGE the World” will benefit Walkin’Roll, a local non-profit activities league which supports and nurtures individuals with developmental disabilities, enhancing skills, self-esteem and confidence. Throughout the year, Walkin’Roll organizes T-Ball, bowling, swimming, dancing and other group activities. ALL participants are respected, and everyone has fun! You can leave your spare change (or larger donation) in our CHANGE jar in the front foyer.


 

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Street Address:
833 5th St. SE
Hickory, NC 28602
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 9164
Hickory, NC 28603

828-270-7826

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