Category: News

New Year’s Poem: Be Gentle, Be Patient, Be Kind

Nobody lives on forever,
But if you would leave something behind
That will keep your memory cherished,
Be gentle, be patient, be kind,
Everyone’s hours are numbered
So dry up each tear drop you find …
When you meet with a friend who is troubled,
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A Rev. Ken Commentary: Thoughts about Borders

Many of us were shocked to learn that tear gas was recently fired at people seeking asylum on the southern US border.

We’ve been shocked before, such as when we learned that children were routinely being separated from their parents on the border, or when we … read more.

A Rev. Ken Commentary: Thoughts about the Election

I’ve experienced a lot of elections during my fifty-plus years in this country, and have voted in almost all of them.  This list includes ten presidential elections, nine “off year” national elections, and countless other local, statewide, primary, and special elections.

And through all of that, … read more.

Ornaments Galore

Yes it’s our annual Ornament Making Party,

A major inter-generational event. Come one, come all. Wednesday, Nov 28 – 5:30-7:00 pm.

Don’t worry we’ve got supplies, snacks, and loads of fun.

It’s A KVUU Thanksgiving

Our annual KVUUC Thanksgiving Festival & Potluck will be held Thanksgiving Day, 2:00pm at the church. Everyone is invited, but ,,,
We don’t want 12 turkeys and no salads so … it is a coordinated potluck. We also need to know how many are coming.

Contact Jim … read more.

Newcomer Orientation

Want to know more about UUs in general and KVUU specifically?

Try the Newcomer Orientation – Saturday, Nov 17—10 a.m. – Noon at the church, lite lunch to follow.

Catch your interest? Call if you’d like to attend so we have enough seats ready, email Liz at … read more.

Election Day Get Together

Election Day – Things To Do
Tuesday, Nov 6

2. Attend the Election Party at 5:30 pm
3. View the film RBG before results
4. Popcorn, cocoa and coffee viewing the results

Show Up For Shabbat

Show Up For Shabbat

Support our Jewish neighbors in light of the Pittsburgh tragedy.
Saturday, Nov 3 – 10:30 am
Temple Shalom, 1517 Browne Ave, Yakima