Come explore gratitude and moving beyond it to reciprocity.
Rev. Kelly Dignan
What does it mean to have an open heart during these challenging times?
Courageous love transforms the world. It reweaves the fabric of society. Come explore what that can look like (it may not be what you think). Stay for the vote on whether to become a Sanctuary Host Congregation. (Members of 60 days or more may vote. Everyone welcome to the meeting. Lunch will be served at … Continued
At both worship services, music, meditation and ritual will help us develop a spiritual practice of courage to face things as they are. During the second service (11:00), our Racial Justice Ministry Team will lead an educational event in the Sky Room.
Why do Unitarian Universalists get involved in political issues (and sometimes politically charged issues)? Come explore how justice work is a spiritual practice.
Join us in this out of the ordinary order of service where the sermon is in three parts and there is ritual to help us forgive ourselves and others.
We will honor people who have been UUCB members for 50 years or more. Join us for the annual Men’s BBQ after the service.
What does it mean to belong to Unitarian Universalism and/or UUCB? Rev. Kelly will answer your questions, or as many as she can within the time allotted. So come prepared with questions for her. We will also join together in spiritual practices and singing.
Join us for our Annual Water Communion ceremony. Bring a jar or vial of water from a place that is meaningful to you. This will be an intergenerational service. Nursery care provided.
Rev. will explore various ways we can make decisions and discern what’s next.
There is a holy uprising among liberal religious folks. They are building fusion coalitions in a society that is fractured and polarized. If we are to take part, we must be willing to use religious language. Rev. Kelly helps us practice.
Diversity is generative. Rev. Kelly shares her faith journey and the cairns along the way. Her story is an example of how when we share our theologies authentically, we create a diversity that is generative.
Rev. Kelly shares the work of James Fowler. Here faith means the systems we use to make meaning of the world. We may pass through a stage and return to it later in life. The hope is that at some point we reach Stage 5 where paradoxes are not threatening, and openness to others’ faiths … Continued
It is said that the opposite of joy is not sadness, but isolation and disconnection. And joy doesn’t just make us feel happy; it restores relationship. Join us to experience joy! Video: Joy Comes Back
It is said that the opposite of joy is not sadness, but isolation and disconnection. And joy doesn’t just make us feel happy; it restores relationship. Join us to experience joy! Please bring a flower for communion.
Viewing our bodies as separate from our minds can make us feel like hell. This month, we will practice integrating our bodies into who we are and how we worship. Music, transition rituals, ability-sensitive movement, and more. Join us to feel more integrated and whole!
Along with over 500 other UU churches, we will define White Supremacy Culture (it’s not what you might think) and consider how we can overturn it in our own institutions. We will collect pledge cards during both services. Join us for interfaith dialogue with Muslim partners 12:30 – 1:45.
Unitarian Universalists holds that salvation is available in this life. What do we mean?
Rev. Kelly will offer the sermon. After both services, next year’s proposed budget will be reviewed. Pledge cards will be distributed.