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July 21 – Worship for All Ages: “Thresholds”
Join Rev. Dana for a fun service for all ages exploring the many thresholds of our lives. We, as a church, are crossing another threshold into a new ministry. Let’s consider together how we want to enter this … read more.
Share Our Plate will return in September 2019!
Youth Coordinator, working for both the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder (UUCB) and for the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BVUUF)
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder (UUCB) and the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BVUUF) are looking for a Youth Coordinator to serve both … read more.
August 16-18 our congregation is returning to Highlands Camp and Retreat Center near Allenspark, Colorado for a weekend retreat – promising fun and community connections. Members and friends of UUCB are welcome. Registration is currently open either on the web at:
or after service in … read more.
from the Archives Team (Tessa Davis, Ginny Black, Nicole Ball, Bob Evens, Amy Phillips)
We know that many of you take photos and/or videos of church events during the year and we are grateful to all of you who have shared them with us in the … read more.
Wes Sears was a member of the UUCB for 43 years, serving at various times as a Board Member, Sunday School teacher, Build and Grounds Committee Chair and fundraising committee member for three capital campaigns.
Wes also served on the Boulder Audubon board for 20 … read more.
We honor members, friends, visitors
Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with: Whitney Wheeless who is recovering from an accident which resulted in surgery, and a very long leg brace.
Congratulations, Good Luck, Blessings, and Thanks to: Ginny Wight on the arrival of her first … read more.
Attention Homes provides safety, housing, and supportive services to youth facing homelessness. We offer a continuum of care to young people ages 12-24 including meeting basic needs, employment assistance, education support, family coaching, counseling and goal management, mental and physical health support, and more. In … read more.
June 2 – Worship for All Ages: “Flower Communion”
One UU traditional ritual is Flower Communion, done each Spring. Bring a flower from your garden (or elsewhere) so we can celebrate the unity in our diversity.
June 30 – “Thanks, Release, Blessing” Farewell to Revvy K.
This is … read more.
As I was preparing to write my last newsletter article, I looked back at the promises we made to each other. Those promises are sometimes called a covenant, and we formalized it all during The Act of Installation, done at a worship service held about … read more.
The Racial Justice Ministry is going on hiatus through the summer. We’re still working to disrupt white supremacy culture in our community and in the wider world, but we won’t be meeting or taking on new projects for a time. We will remain involved with … read more.
Last month, the Board five members of the Interim Search Committee find the best interim minister out there to come work with us for the next two years.
On April 29th, the Committee received 8 names from the UUA. We reviewed all of the applications, interviewed … read more.
Below are listed the 2019-2020 SHARE OUR PLATE nominations that we will vote on at the June 1st meeting:
BOULDER COUNTY AIDS PROJECT (BCAP) – support, advocacy and education in our community with those living or affected with Aids
BOULDER ENSEMBLE THEATRE (BETC) – presents theatrical stories … read more.
King Soopers has announced changes to its Neighborhood Rewards program that will make it easier than ever to support Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder.
The program will no longer use the reloadable gift cards after March 31st.
Beginning April 1st you can simply use your registered King … read more.
Perfect for the middle schooler who loves to sing and cares about the planet
Written by Amy Sebesta Self, UUCB member since 2011
Sing the World Green music camps are a wonderful combination of arts and environmental education. At the camps, the students sing … read more.
In both the March and April 2019 Clear Light Messenger, was an article in which we tried to explain our rationale for advancing Rev. Howell Lind’s name for consideration as a Minister Emeritus of UUCB. We undertook this task, not as a “spur of the … read more.
Our seven principles help ground and guide us as we attempt to live well and enact justice. The 7th principle: respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part, is most commonly cited when we think about environmental issues, … read more.
We honor members, friends, visitors
Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with: With Henry Kroll on the death of his wife, Jean Marie Dorothy Wilting Kroll, on Wednesday March 27th. After a two day vigil and open house at Silver Sage Village — a … read more.
As a teenager I attended a UU summer camp at The Mountain Retreat and Learning Center in North Carolina. Every night, our cabin (usually eight boys and two counselors) would sit in a circle on the floor, light a candle, and reflect on the day … read more.