Category: Touch Point – A Blog
Recently I wrote about how it is a good time for all the groups and committees at UUCB to re-establish our covenants. This moment also affords us a mandate, as a faith, to review and renew our covenants with people who are marginalized, like women, … read more.
New beginnings can be a time of great energy, fresh perspectives, and thoughtful reflection. This month is the beginning of our church year. Just as we take time on New Year’s Eve to reminisce on the past year and set intentions for the next, this … read more.
Hi there members and friends!
Hope you are all staying well, safe, and cool, during this hot hot summer.
Since the departure of our Interim Minister, Rev. Eric Posa, and Rev. Dana Lightsey becoming our Acting Assistant Minister until the arrival of Rev. Jeremy Nickel, some of … read more.
On Saturday, July 18th, we will come together to make an altar to welcome our new members and create a sacred, communal space. We ask all folx affiliated with our congregation (and don’t forget the kids!) to bring an object that is sacred, holy or … read more.
Beloved UUCB Family,
In my continuing efforts to bring you timely information, today I am sharing more ways to engage with anti-oppression work. Read on to find Things to Do this week to support BIPOC (Black Indigenous People Of Color) organizations. I also included ways to … read more.
UUCB’s Mission is:
As a beacon of liberal religion, we
Today, we offer up some practical ways to live that mission.
CONNECT BRAVELY: Attend the UUA’s GA
This week is our denominational gathering, the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly —June 24-28, 2020.
Here is the description … read more.
IMPORTANT NOTE:. Please note that the office is closed Fridays and Saturdays and for this week- June 15-19. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and staff shortages, response times will be delayed. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
Every single day we see some people’s … read more.
NOTE: If there is ever an occurrence on church property that you feel warrants a call to police, unless it is a life or death situation, PLEASE TRY TO NOTIFY STAFF FIRST. Emergencies requiring a fire truck or ambulance can go through 9-1-1. However, if … read more.
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.