(540) 254-0848

Upcoming Services

All Services Start at 10:30 AM

January 5: New Words for Old, with Rev. Russ Savage

Someone brings it up every year: “I wish we could sing Christmas carols with the old words I remember instead of the new ones in our hymnal.” The words we change are a reflection of what is important to us, and many words are changed not only in Christmas carols but in other hymns as well. Let us see what we can learn from comparing the new words with the old.


All are welcome. Entrance is the stairs/ramp on the right as you face the building. A social hour follows the service. Contributions of finger food are welcome. Dress is casual.

An adult is available on request to provide care for your infant or toddler during the service. If your child is restless, feel free to move to the comfortable lounge area through the double wooden doors.

January 12: Teaching Yoga to the Incarcerated, with Miranda Hope

The Prison Yoga Project, with whom Miranda Hope trained, states: “Punishing people through mass incarceration isn’t making our communities safer, it’s just making people suffer. We advocate for a different approach to getting ‘tough on crime’ and it starts with compassion.” Yoga and meditation are now seen as essential to healing trauma, which is frequently the initial wound that leads to incarceration, addiction and mental and emotional imbalance.

January 19: Do You Want to Be Made Whole? with Rev. Russ Savage

Life sometimes places us in difficult or painful situations. How are we to respond? Perhaps the most valuable lesson is that these situations will teach us something about the world and ourselves, and perhaps will transform us into something new.

January 26: Are Near-death Experiences Real? What does Science Say?, with Geoff Gowan

Near-death Experiences (NDEs) are a widely prevalent, life-changing phenomena that have been scientifically investigated for over forty years. Their reality is strongly resisted by main-stream science, however, because the paranormal and transcendent aspects that NDErs experience are considered impossible under the governing, long-held materialist paradigm. What’s the evidence?


All are welcome. Entrance is the stairs/ramp on the right as you face the building. A social hour follows the service. Contributions of finger food are welcome. Dress is casual.

An adult is available on request to provide care for your infant or toddler during the service. If your child is restless, feel free to move to the comfortable lounge area through the double wooden doors.


Our Sunday Services are held at Hearthstone School
11576 Lee Hwy, Sperryville, 22740 
Please enter up the ramp on the West (right) side of the Building

Rev. Russ Savage, Minister, minister@uubridge.org
James Hanover, Board President, president@uubridge.org
Bet Jones, Treasurer & Bookkeeper, treasurer@uubridge.org
Brittany Roy, Religious Exploration Chair, re@uubridge.org
Brittany Roy, Outreach Coordinator, outreach@uubridge.org


To check on service cancellations from inclement weather, dial 1-540-227-3037, then press 0.
Information will be posted by 7 a.m. Sunday.

Our telephone number: (540) 227-3037