Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville
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Let your light shine by joining us in song during Sunday Worship Services. Harry Vayo & the UU Singers provide soothing harmonies while special visits from talented artists provide musical diversity for people of all ages.
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The Universalist Unitarian Church of Waterville is a welcoming, inclusive community. Empowered by our Unitarian Universalist traditions, and our congregation’s rich history, we are committed to building a caring and just world.
With over ten active committees, there are many opportunities to connect with kindred spirits. From Tuesday's Fellowship Group to Friday's Womens Group, there is something happening here for everyone.
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Libby Roderick in Concert!
We are happy to welcome Libby Roderick for our next UU Coffeehouse on Saturday May 19th at 7 p.m. The concert will take place in our beautiful, historic church sanctuary. Refreshments and Libby's CDs will be available for purchase.
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Thank you! We look forward to loving Libby's music in your good company.
More About Libby Roderick
A lifelong Alaskan, Roderick has toured North America for over 25 years in support of social justice and environmental causes, performing alongside Coretta Scott King, Grammy winners Janis Ian and Dave Van Ronk, and many others. Roderick’ song “Dig Down Deep” was played by NASA to inspire the robot “Spirit” in its search for water on the Mars. Music from her seven recordings has been featured on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, CBS’s 60 Minutes, at the U.N. Conference on Women in Beijing, China, in the New York Times and Hindustani Times, and in many books (including Hometown, by Pulitzer Prize-winner Tracy Kidder) and movies. Her folk classic “How Could Anyone” has become a global anthem for citizen groups around the world.
A Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate of Yale University, Roderick is also the Director of the Difficult Dialogues Initiative at the University of Alaska Anchorage (www.difficultdialoguesuaa.org), where she works with faculty in Alaska, the U.S., and South Africa to increase their capacity to effectively conduct difficult dialogues in higher education and to adopt indigenous ways of teaching. She is the editor and co-author of a number of books speaking to these issues.
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