Category: Touch Point – A Blog
Come learn more about our incoming Interim Minister, Rev. Jeremy Nickel!
This is a lonely time for everyone.
One of the most important reasons people state for joining a church is to find community. UUCB is a source of community and social interaction for many. Here is where we make friends, find common ground, and even serve … read more.
Please join us to celebrate the life of Tessa Davis, beloved long time member.
Saturday, May 23, 2020, 11 AM Mountain Time
Rev. Eric Posa, officiating
Rev. Kelly Dignan, eulogy
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I recently read a story about a family that set up their large, outdoor movie screen at the end of their neighborhood’s cul de sac. They invited everyone in the neighborhood to attend free movies on Friday. People stayed in their cars, like a drive-in … read more.
There is so much that is out of our control right now. That can be a very uncomfortable reality. Change is always the only constant in life, but right now it feels daunting how much change is happening all at once. Most of us have … read more.
I don’t know about anyone else, but one thing that has kept me in good spirits throughout this whole pandemic and lock-down experience is that knowledge that life continues on, even without me. This happens both in nature, and in the lives of those I … read more.
We have had numerous people from all over the country attend Sunday services recently. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they could continue to share in worship even after we are able to meet in the Sanctuary again? Would it be comforting to be able to … read more.
The pandemic may have stopped a lot of things, but it hasn’t slowed UUCB down! We have managed to continue all our essential work and even added additional programming to meet this moment. In a time when we all can feel scared and lonely, your … read more.
These past two weeks have opened up the opportunity for our Chancel Choir singers to add their voices to our special music for this coming Sunday! Using a free downloadable recording program (Audacity), I recorded four separate vocal tracks, one for each melody of the song. … read more.
This past Sunday was our 4th Sunday online. It’s hard to believe it has been three to four weeks since we all went into isolation. This brought a huge shift in the rhythm of our lives. A lot of the stress many were feeling was … read more.
Although we are all going through this unprecedented time together, we have to remember that we are all in very different places. These different places are not just a difference in location, resources, and circumstances. We are all in different places emotionally and mentally. Let’s … read more.
I read today that there is a church continuing to hold worship in-person, which is in violation of their state’s stay at home order. Their rationale is that it would be “wrong for us to close our doors… at this time, or any time. In … read more.
The UUCB Board of Trustees has entered into an agreement with Rev. Jeremy Nickel, to serve as our minister for the 2020-21 church year, beginning late August 2020.
Rev. Jeremy D. Nickel thrives at the intersection of spirituality and technology. A lifelong spiritual adventurer and entrepreneur, … read more.
I am writing to you from my new home in Arvada amidst this strange time of semi-seclusion missing the personal interaction with you all! Many of you either know or can at least guess that I am a people person. I draw my energy … read more.
As I think of you throughout my day, I keep wondering how you are doing? We are being challenged on so many levels right now sometimes it is hard just to think, much less think clearly. These are unprecedented times. It’s okay to allow yourself … read more.
Life is throwing a lot at us right now.
I am very aware of the way that the universe is giving me the chance to have more empathy. My respect for Ingrid and her ability to cheerfully thrive while not being able to step outside the … read more.
Welcome to Staying in Touch, the new blog of the UU Church of Boulder. This blog is another means to keep us connected and informed during this era of “social distancing” – or as our Affiliated Minister, Rev. Randy Spaulding of Boulder Mennonite Church wisely … read more.