The Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield has been a voice for liberal religion for over 200 years.
We are a welcoming and supportive community for people of all ages. We value the open mind and encourage each person to question and develop their own faith. We love a warm heart and generous spirit. Together, we seek the creation of a more loving and just world, and aspire to live sustainably on the Earth.
Summer at the Meetinghouse
Over the summer we’ll have four Sunday morning services at 10 am: July 14, July 28, August 11 and August 25.
Again this year we’re collaborating with the Springfield Town Library to hold Vermont Reads events. The book we’ll explore is March (Book One), a graphic novel written by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin and illustrated by Nate Powell. We’ll hold several Vermont Reads events during the summer and fall, including our annual Campfire & Potluck at the Tree Farm Campground on Sunday August 4, 5-9 pm. We plan a road trip to Burlington on October 7 to hear the authors, John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, speak.
We’ll hold a Book Group on July 14 and on August 11 from 11:30 am – 1 pm. Our first book for discussion will be “How to Change Your Mind” by Michael Pollan. On July 14th, we’ll be discussing the prologue and chapters 1-3; on August 11th chapter 4-6 and the epilogue. The Book Group will continue in the fall, dates tbd. Next is March.
Second Wednesday Gentle Yoga classes will take a break during August. Yoga, First Friday Films and the Coffee House Music Series will resume in September.
Rental Space Available at the Meetinghouse
Do you need space for a family reunion, party, meeting or other event? See
https://uuspringfieldvt.org/building-rental/ for more information, rates and photos.