211 North Street (Route 103 North)
Chester, Vermont 05143



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You are welcome here,
    no matter your age or your size,
    the color of your skin or your eyes.
You are welcome here,
    no matter whom you love.
You are welcome to bring your
    ideas and your energy,
    creativity and strength,
joys and sorrows,
    into this community.
  You are welcome here.

 

Chester UU Church in Summer

 

 

First Universalist Parish of Chester is located in the picturesque village of Chester, Vermont. Originally founded as a Universalist Church, it is now affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association. Worship services are held in the historic Old Stone Church, 211 North Street (Route 103 North).

 Services begin at 9:30 a.m. and are followed by light refreshments and conversation. We offer children’s’ Religious Exploration programming, and all are welcome.  For more information, call (802) 875-3257, or email to: info@chestervtuu.org

Directions and Map .   Read our November Newsletter!

 

Services

11/2

The Liberal Holy Roller
led by Charity Clark, Esq.
 


As more Americans list their religion as "None", Unitarian Universalism is the only religion actively embracing them. But how do we draw the "Nones" to church? Does evangelism have a place in our liberal faith and in the church of the future?

11/9

UU Evangelists: How Do We (and should we?) Spread the Word?
led by Rev. Nick Boke


A look at the message Unitarian Universalists have to offer and how to think about taking it into the world.

11/16

The Joy of Bare November Days

led by Rev. Dr. Nancy Jay Crumbine


Reflections on the art of being thankful for November, in November... with a large dose of Frost.

11/23

Enoughness
led by Kevin Carson


How can we cultivate "enoughness" for all and deepen our own sense of gratitude?

11/30

November Light
led by David Lord
 


As the light dies in our part of the world, we will explore the origins of the use of stained glass in places of worship to keep alive people’s appreciation of light and color.

 


 

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