Rev. Kelly will return to the theology series with this service on pneumatology. That’s a big theological word! Come explore and experience.
Rev. Kelly Dignan
One UU traditional ritual is Flower Communion, done each Spring. Bring a flower from your garden (or elsewhere) so we can celebrate the unity in our diversity.
We like to think that others suffer, but guess what? So do we! There is no “us” and “them” when it comes to suffering.
This is a continuation of the sermon series on theology. What is the UU version of conversion? Bring your completed pledge cards is you haven’t turned them in already. We will collect them during the service.
How do Unitarian Universalists view, experience and enact liberation? (This sermon was purchased at our auction and is part of a four week series on theology.) Come celebrate the joyous holiday of Easter with music, meditation and message.
Rev. Kelly will start a four week series on theology and ways we can make meaning in the world. Theologians always start with human nature. All other topics hinge on that.
We have been talking about moving beyond gratitude to reciprocity. What does that look like at UUCB?
Celebrate the 450th Anniversary of the Edict of Torda – Religious Tolerance Act – one cornerstone of Unitarianism. Parts of the story told today borrow from: Heather McDonald’s story in the Pilgrimage section of Holiday and Holy Days, shortened and rewritten by Gretchen Thomas, and corrected by John Godbey and Phillip Hewett Rev. Eric Cherry’s … Continued
Church is a home for our soul. How do we comfort each other without saying the wrong thing? Rev. Kelly helps us explore. Ring Theory: How not to say the wrong thing Eleven Tenets of Companioning
Rev. Kelly explorers why we come to church.
MLK asked the American people to let compassion drive us. How do we do that when our justice work gets confusing and messy? And when we do, how do the heartfelt experiences we have sustain us for the long haul? You can donate to support Ingrid, our Sanctuary Guest, here. To help Eliseo bond out … Continued
Join us for this spiritual, contemplative service which will include a burning bowl ritual.
There will be no morning worship. Join us for 7:00 pm Christmas Eve service. Our minister, Rev. Kelly will lead this more formal service – all ages welcome. It will include lots of singing and a candlelight ritual. Reception will follow the service for fun and fellowship.
Rev. Kelly will lead this service for all ages. Story, ritual, singing and a sermon!
We will welcome new members!
Come explore gratitude and moving beyond it to reciprocity.
What does it mean to have an open heart during these challenging times?