Wednesday, December 13, 10-11:30am – Frasier Unitarian Universalists and their friends will gather in the Assembly Room at Frasier Meadows. To celebrate the holiday season, we’ll have some social time with refreshments (coffee/tea/cider with cookies and fruitcake) prior to our program, which will focus on the theme of Hope.

Tai Chi, Weekly on Wednesdays, 12-1 pm – This class is led by Bud Spear and is open to all levels of experience. Tai Chi can be thought of as “moving meditation.” It is wonderful for relaxation, balance, enhancing your focus, and toning your muscles. Whatever your level of expertise, you can readily practice movements at home. … Continued

Weekly on Wednesdays, starting November 15, 2017, through April 18, 2018 (holidays will typically be skipped) Time: Thursday, 12 noon to 1 pm (Bud will typically be there 15 minutes early, and stay 15 minutes later.) Skill level:  Beginners through experts Led by: Bud Spear   Tai Chi can be thought of as “moving meditation.” … Continued

UUCB Fiber Arts Club, 7-9pm – Do you love making things with yarn, thread and fabric, and want to share fellowship with other members of our church community? Come join the UUCB Fiber Arts Club! We meet from 7 to 9pm on 2nd, 4th & 5th Wednesdays and 2nd Sundays. Stitchers of all experience levels and … Continued

December 14, 6-7pm, Listening Room – If you are new to the church or haven’t had time with Reverend Kelly lately, come for an hour of discussion. No formal format; just conversation.

December 14, 7-8:30pm – If your theology includes a concept of God (even if you don’t call it exactly that), join in this time of sharing. We’ll use a small group ministry model of opening, spiritual practice, deep sharing and listening. We may even try various forms of prayer. You will be invited to share … Continued

Please join us for weekly choir rehearsals!  Flexible scheduling allowed!  We will be singing twice per month & preparing for our Music Sunday for Winter Solstice on December 18.  All levels of musicianship are encouraged to join!.  We welcome young adults & teens, as well into our UUCB Chancel Choir family.  If you have any … Continued

December 17, 2-5pm –Diana and Michael King invite you for a holiday tea party at their home in Gunbarrel. Come and go when it fits your schedule. Bring finger food to share. We will celebrate the holidays with singing and lighting the Hanukkah menorah. It will be a time to get out that holiday sweater! … Continued

Book Study: Hidden Wisdom: Secrets of the Western Esoteric Tradition by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney Third Mondays from 7 – 8:30pm; Harper Room   September 18: Chapter 8 Alchemy October 16: Chapter 9 Gurdjieff November 20: Chapter 11 Secret Societies and Hidden Masters December 18: Chapter 12 New Age   This book gives us … Continued

Tuesday, December 19, 1:30-2:30pm – Rev. Kelly is holding Sanctuary Reflection Circles every month starting in December as long as we have a Sanctuary guest.   First Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Third Tuesdays 1:30 – 2:30 pm. We will use a Small Group Ministry model to reflect on: What are you learning about yourself? … Continued

Tai Chi, Weekly on Wednesdays, 12-1 pm – This class is led by Bud Spear and is open to all levels of experience. Tai Chi can be thought of as “moving meditation.” It is wonderful for relaxation, balance, enhancing your focus, and toning your muscles. Whatever your level of expertise, you can readily practice movements at home. … Continued

Thursday, December 21, 6:30am, at the Ranger Station at Chautauqua (roughly 9th & Baseline) – Winter Solstice serves as the December meeting of the UUCB Men’s Group. This meeting begins at the Ranger Station and proceeds a short distance up Flagstaff where we join in a Native American Ceremony honoring the Sun coming back in … Continued

On 4th Sundays we will have an informal sing-a-long before each service where you have the opportunity to sing your favorite hymn or song from our hymnals

Tai Chi, Weekly on Wednesdays, 12-1 pm – This class is led by Bud Spear and is open to all levels of experience. Tai Chi can be thought of as “moving meditation.” It is wonderful for relaxation, balance, enhancing your focus, and toning your muscles. Whatever your level of expertise, you can readily practice movements at home. … Continued

The Climate Action Ministry meets monthly to promote sustainability practices at the individual and societal level. The team provides inspiration and education about how to take action on climate issues through worship services, adult and RE education programs, and multi-generational activities.  For more information email: sasecord@aol.com

UUCB Fiber Arts Club, 7-9pm – Do you love making things with yarn, thread and fabric, and want to share fellowship with other members of our church community? Come join the UUCB Fiber Arts Club! We meet from 7 to 9pm on 2nd, 4th & 5th Wednesdays and 2nd Sundays. Stitchers of all experience levels and … Continued

The Pacific Western Regional Assembly will be held April 27-29, 2018, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon. This will be our region’s second regional assembly. The first was held four years ago in San Jose, California, in April 2013. This regional assembly will take the place of an annual district assembly for each of … Continued