Starting January 13, you will be able to sign up for the Spring 2019 Adult Religious Exploration sessions. So visit the Adult RE table in the Sky Room after bother services on Sundays.
Category: Clear Light Messenger
Our Black Lives Banner fell apart in the last wind storm. Karen Morgan and Suzy Belmont who spearheaded the efforts to replace the banner, have received feedback about a new all inclusive banner that will have eight lines of dialog all in different colors and … read more.
In the Fall of 2018, the UUCB Board of Trustees introduced “Your Board Is Listening” (YBIL), the first in a series of listening sessions as a critical part of its annual cycle of strategic planning. Twelve sessions were facilitated during October through December involving a … read more.
We honor members, friends, visitors
Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with: Dave Pitts on the death of his wife Claire, a former member, who died on November 21st. Her service will be in the Spring. Susan, Tim Bailey and family on the death … read more.
Si! Committee (Strategic Initiatives)
Did you know that the greatest source of UU faith development comes from PARENTS? But most parents feel unprepared to fulfill this role. Did you know that, around the country, Unitarian Universalism is growing, but our religious educations programs continue to lose … read more.
Everyone has a religion – a set of practices that help us embrace and live with mystery; a way of life that gives meaning in the midst of so many uncertainties and questions. Americans seem to be turning away from religion as we have known … read more.
Did you know that the greatest source of UU faith development comes from PARENTS? But most parents feel unprepared to fulfill this role. Did you know that 88% of children who grow up UU leave the faith never to return? Do you want to do … read more.
The Worship Ministry Team has been tasked with evaluating whether to go to one, ten o’clock summer service in 2019. We have received enough data regarding 2018 attendance but we really need to hear from you. Over the next four weeks you will find an … read more.
We won’t have a Circle Supper in December or January (unless you really want one and can host!) The Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas Brunch will substitute for the Circle Suppers, We are ready now, however, to sign up hosts for both Circle Suppers and Tea … read more.
Jayne Toman is the Chair of our wonderful Caring Ministry Team. She and her husband Don are taking a sabbatical from January 1 through May 31. Hooray for them! So for those months, Rev. Barbara Molfese has agreed to be the primary contact for the … read more.
Each week during worship, we offer love and support to those who have concerns, and we celebrate with those who have blessings. There are several ways you can make sure your blessings and concerns are read aloud during worship.
Call or email me before 5:00 … read more.
Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with: All those people from Central America, as they have walked for weeks and risked their lives in search of a better life. The family, and friends of Trish Judd who died on October 20th. A Celebration … read more.
I wonder what Christmas, St. Lucia Day, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa or New Year’s Eve want for us. If they could speak, what would they invite us to do and be?
Earlier this week, I tried an experiment. I sat for my regular morning meditation, … read more.
Our 5th Principle calls on us to vote: The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.
As of today (November 2), it is no longer possible to mail your ballots. Be sure to vote in person … read more.
We won’t have a November Tea House, since the date comes at the beginning of Thanksgiving week, when many are leaving town or getting ready for out-of-town guests.
We will have a super-special Tea House and holiday sing along on Sunday December 16, from 2 … read more.
Starting Point is a brand new pilot small group ministry especially designed for newcomers and those looking to discover Unitarian Universalism and their church all over again. This program will help participants live Unitarian Universalism more fully, bring our history and theology to life, and … read more.
As a lifelong UU, he not only brings a great deal of experience to our congregation but also his wonderful story-telling and musical talents. Christopher began his full-time internship with us in September. He will be with us through June and will be involved in … read more.
A few Mid-Week Messenger’s (MWM) ago, the Co-Chair of the Racial Justice Ministry (RJM) put out a request to become a Penpal to an incarcerated person. At the time it seemed like a really good idea, but we realized we had not done enough research … read more.
The Endowment Fund Committee is now accepting grant proposals for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year. The completed form below must be received by one of the EFC Trustees by January 20, 2019.