Uncle Eddie and Robin – Not Just another Folk n’ Bluegrass Band
Saturday September 26th, 7pm
Columbine UU Church, 6724 So. Webster Street, Littleton, 80128
$15 Adults ($12 adv. purchase), kids (12 & under) $5, all ages will enjoy.
Uncle Eddie and Robin, “Not Your Usual Old Folkies”, are a dynamic musical duet with a taste of the old and a flair for the new. Their energy belies their age, and the breadth of their life experience makes for a rich and rewarding musical evening. This husband-wife team combines guitars and banjo with their voices in stunning, tight harmonies on songs that pack a punch, their musical chemistry is undeniable, and their sound is unmistakable. You will laugh, and cry, and laugh again.
http://www.uncleeddieandrobin.com/ – http://www.facebook.com/UncleEddieandRobin
Contact Doug Eulberg @ 303-989-2567 or email@example.com
Join UUCB and BVUUF for a discussion of the book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander.
This book was selected as the UUA Common Read for 2012-2013. This book discussion is being led by the Racial Justice Task Force at BVUUF. The intention is to meet several times in order to deepen a relationship with the book and connect this ideas presented to UU principles and how we are called to respond.
Meetings are Sept. 29, Oct. 27, and Nov. 24, 6:30 – 8:30 pm in the Pauling Room at BVUUF.
A Chance to Practice for General Assembly — in June
The Mountain Desert District will be holding its Annual Meeting, April 10 thru April 12th in Denver!
This is an unusual opportunity to participate in the wider work of our UU Association, closer to home, and will probably not be repeated for several years. The site will be at the Marriott Hotel – Denver Tech Center. Pre-registration is available now at mdduua.org/events. Details concerning costs and hotel registration can be found there. On-site registration will open at 1:00 pm on Friday, April 3rd, in the Marriott lobby.
There are a selection of Workshops which will be available, according to your interests. The Keynote Speaker will be Mark Ewert, author of The Generous Path, who will speak on Friday evening. He will also lead one of the workshops, along with Rev. Ken Brown, who has some exciting ideas on multi-site congregations. The Rev. Dr. Sandor Kovacs, from the Hungarian Unitarian Church, in Romania rounds out the list of special guests. A gala banquet will be held on Saturday evening.
The Rev. Gretchen Haley will offer the Worship on Sunday morning. I will be happy to talk with anyone about this event.
Fred M. Cole — UUCB Denominational Affairs Representative
February 21, 2015 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Early bird pricing through January 31
Join with UUs from across Colorado and Wyoming to share, learn, and deepen your faith
Designed for anyone involved in the church in any way
Last year we had 110 people from 13 congregations, and folks raved about how great it was to be together. It helped all our Leadership Development Councils offer support to current volunteers and cultivate new ones. This is our chance to do that again!
Thanks in advance for spreading the word.
Rev. Kelly Dignan
Living into Covenant Project Facilitator
Visit the Colorado Legislature on February 9, 2015. For more information, go to http://interfaithallianceco.org/event/2015-day-at-the-legislature/
DATE: Saturday July 12th, 5:45 to 8pm
LOCATION: Columbine UU Church
6724 South Webster Street
Littleton, CO 80128
Come enjoy an evening of fellowship with UUs from all 7 Boulder Denver Cluster Churches. Featuring a Potluck Dinner (sign up for sides, drinks, or dessert through the link below), reflections on this year’s General Assembly in Rhode Island, and a viewing of the Acclaimed Ware Lecture by Sister Simone of “Nuns on the Bus”
The anticipated program will be:
- 5:45 – Chalice Lighting, Welcome
- 6:00 – Intros, Ice Breaker, Buffet line start
- 6:15 – MC Overview of Cluster teamwork
- 6:20 – “Open Mic” for those who attended (live or virtually) GA in Rhode Island
- 6:30 – Guest Speaker
- 7:00 – Ware Lecture viewing
- 8:00 – Closing
Sharpen your leadership skills and network with other Unitarian Universalists from along the Front Range. Attend the Front Range Unitarian Universalist Leadership Conference on Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm at First Universalist Church, 4101 E. Hampden Avenue, Denver, CO 80222. It will feature three workshop slots, each with four workshops from which to choose. The early bird registration fee of $16 covers a continental breakfast and a lunch catered by the Jerusalem Restaurant. After February 12th the registration fee will be $21. To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/front-range-uu-leadership-conference-tickets-10180621513