An Acknowledgement to Hanni Sherman

You may have noticed that our sanctuary has regained its calm, uncluttered atmosphere. That’s because the loudspeakers have disappeared—right before your eyes! Next time you’re there, look up. Oh? They’re not gone? Just put on new coats of invisibility? Hanni Sherman‘s design skill and magic needle have clothed those big, black boxes in beautiful new white coats. It wasn’t easy …

Directories for Names on WUU List

Directories are currently available for those members whose names are on the WUU list in the office.  Please stop by the office or call the administrator to arrange another plan to pick them up.  220-6830 or

Sermon, Sunday, July 8, 2007

Listen to Reverend Preston Moore’ sermon: The Devil Came to Blackburg Read:

Sermon Audio, July 1, 2007

Sara Mackey, Director of Faith Development preached on “Ringing Freedom.” Listen to the audio of the sermon here: 

Service Topic for Sunday, July 8, 2007

The Reverend Preston Moore’s sermon topic will be the tragedy at Virginia Tech: “The Devil Came to Blacksburg.” Don’t forget that the service starts at 10 AM!

Sermon Audio, Sunday, June 24, 2007

The Reverend David Tetrault was the guest minister.  His sermon was entitled “Form, Freedom, and Faith: The Improvised Life.”

Sermon, Sunday, June 10, 2007

The Work of the Soul, Reverend Jennifer Ryu When we do the work of the church, for whose benefit do we volunteer our time and talents? It is easy to think of church work as obligation, sacrifice, doing your fair share. But what if the whole point of the work is to inspire spiritual transformation of the people doing it? …

Audio: Sermon, Sunday, June 3, 2007

Reuniting Our Working and Worshipping Selves The Reverend Preston Moore, Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists In his sermon on June 3, Reverend  Moore addressed the relationship between church and business. How can the church encourage business ethics and better support its members as they go from the sanctuary to the board room?