HVUUC Church

Our Vision Statement

We work together as a church to transform ourselves,
our community, and our world by sharing love,
pursuing justice, and seeking wonder.

HVUUC Church

Mission Statement

The mission of Holston Valley Unitarian Universalist
Church is to promote spiritual growth, religious
freedom, and ethical action.

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Holston Valley UU is a congregation that gathers in the spirit of 16th century Unitarian minister, Frances David, who wrote: “We need not think alike to love alike.” We embrace diversity within the congregation’s membership and in theology. We are committed to the spiritual development and well being of our young people, as well as our adults. We provide a religious education program based on experiential learning, ethical living, and drawing from all of the world's religions as sources of wisdom. We are committed to being a vital and growing progressive congregation within our larger community.

We hope you will visit our church. Our worship services are at 11:00am; children’s and adult's religious education classes are both before the service at 9:30am. I am in the pulpit three Sunday’s a month, and other Sundays guest speakers or members of the congregation lead the service, yielding diversity in the worship services.


There Goes the Neighborhood

David Radcliff

The Social Justice committee welcomes guest speaker, David Radcliff of New Community Project. His message, "There Goes the Neighborhood" will challenge us to live our beliefs in our daily lives. After a fundraiser soup lunch, David will share photos and stories of the work of NCP in helping girls stay in school and women have the training and resources they need to succeed. He will also highlight NCP's recent visit to Nepal. NCP is a nonprofit organization based in Peoria, AZ with a national network and partners in six countries and with the Gwich'in of Alaska. NCP focuses on earth care and global justice, maintains Sustainable Living Centers in Virginia and Vermont, and takes Learning Tours to visit partner areas around the world."


Ministerial Changes Update

After examining information online, interviewing congregations across the Southern Region, and holding two sets of listening circles, the HVUUC board of trustees voted on Jan. 27 to pursue hiring a developmental minister. If all goes to plan w ...

It's a Mid Winter Party!

Mardi-Tines? Valen-Gras? – It's a Mid Winter Party!

Hold this date – Saturday February 20, 2016 at HVUUC 6-9pm. We'll combine the romance and mystery of Valentine's Day with the ...