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

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See our current Newsletter for articles on Committees, monthly activities and groups; the Religious Exploration page with Children's Worship Services; and more..  

 

January Services / Past Sermons

1/4

Our Journeys
led by Rev. Nick Boke
 


At this time of year, we often talk about New Year's Resolutions. Since one rarely knows anyone to treat these seriously, it might be interesting to investigate, instead, the journeys each of us is taking, how we think we got here, and where we think we're going.

1/11

Are We Ourselves?
led by Kevin Carson


Our tradition has long emphasized the "self" in spiritual growth, but we must also recognize the importance of relationships and community.

1/18

Spiritual Lessons from Mexico
led by Laurel Green and Steve Crofter


What happens when searching but skeptical minds come face-to-face with miracles? Through music, stories, and some help from the children, Laurel and Steve will share some of the spiritual insights they gained during the three years they lived in a rural Mexican village.

1/25

January Hope

led by Rev. Dr. Nancy Jay Crumbine


From the lengthening light of January comes hope, an idea more complicated and dangerous than it first appears.

 


 

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