Rev. Kelly will explore the Unitarian Universalist message of Easter. Youth and children Religious Education at 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided at both services.
Speaker: Rev. Kelly Dignan
Rev. Kelly Dignan has been the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder since 2015. Learn more about Rev. Kelly at our staff page.
Rev. Kelly will explore brokenness and wholeness (and how wholeness is not perfection)! Youth and children Religious Education at 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided at both services.
Rev. Kelly explores Carl Sagan and his take on science and spirituality. This is the sermon bought at our auction by Bob and Janet Evans. New members will join the church.
Rev. Kelly will share what she learned at the Generosity Initiative, a program of the UU Pacific Western Region. Help her explore, and plant some seeds (literally).
It’s important to have something to hold on to in times of chaos, but we also know the perils of dogma. Rather than clinging to creeds, we can build practices that help us connect and find meaning. Come learn more about UU practices. Religious Education during 9:15am only, childcare provided at both services.
Rev. Kelly combines the work of Brene Brown and anti-racism to explore how being brave leads to trust. Youth Religious Education during 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided at both services.
Rev. Kelly tells the story behind how she chose “Trust” as her word for 2019. Listen here to choose your own word for the year. Youth Religious Education during 9:15am service only. Music by Michael Mandrell and Benjy Wertheimer. Nursery care provided at both services.
Oops. We had technical difficulties and there is no recording of the service. What a great opportunity to release perfectionism and fear of failure so that trust is possible. (That was a main point of the sermon). What will you trust? What will you release in order to do so?
Join us for our annual burning bowl ritual where we ponder our commitments and release anything that might get in our way of fulfilling them. This year: What is commitment in the Facebook Age? Interested? Going? Willing to Share? Religious Education at 9:15 am service, nursery care provided at both.
“Love is Love” is a campaign to ensure that LGBTQ people are ensured of their basic equal rights. We practice “Love is Love” here at UUCB. Why and how?
Religious Education at 9:15 am service, nursery care provided at both.
Celebrate with those who have been UUs and/or church members for 50 years. How has Unitarian Universalism inspired them? Also consider how our faith will continue to inspire for the next 50 years. For our meditation, bring an item that can be recycled in Boulder County. Arrive early to watch the EcoCycle video: Zero Waste and Climate Change. Religious Education at 9:15 am service, nursery care provided at both.
Join us for our annual burning bowl ritual as we ponder the year ahead. Religious Education for children and youth at 9:15 am service, nursery care provided at both.
Who were the wise men? What was their role in the Christmas story? Come to this 7:00pm service to learn more and receive gifts like they offered so many years ago.
How does coming to church help us answer the big questions of life? What would happen if religion and church disappeared? Can politics fill the need? Rev. Kelly explores. Religious Education during 9:15am service only, nursery care provided at both services.
At 7:00 pm, join Revs. Dana and Kelly along with Christopher Watkins Lamb for a time of singing and sharing. Holidays can be hard; come for a time of healing. Service will be held in the Room 9 Chapel.
Rev. Kelly and Christopher Watkins Lamb will explore how tunnel vision can prevent us from remembering ourselves. Join us for song, ritual and community. Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.
Rev. Kelly describes the ways we can be clear about our role in interfaith dialogue and work for justice. At the 9:15am service only, children and families are invited to participate in Family Worship in the Sky Room. Nursery care provided during both services.
Using the work of Stephen Prothero, Rev. Kelly will explore how we learn about and honor all religious traditions instead of lumping them all together as either opposites or mirrors of our own. Rev. Kelly will also lead a study of Prothero’s book God Is … read more.
Rev. Kelly starts a series on religious pluralism. The first step is to get clear on what we mean by Universalism. The sermon explains why the religious symbols in our sanctuary are replaced with the Unitarian Universalist 7 Principles.
It feels like we are living in dark times. But to associate dark with bad and light with good is misguided and even racist. Rev. Kelly explores a spirituality of the nighttime so we might find our footing in times of uncertainty. (Note: any reference … read more.
Meet our Ministerial Intern, Christopher Watkins Lamb and hear from both him and Rev. Kelly about how we fulfill the vision of Unitarian Universalism by being a teaching congregation.Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.