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.
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.
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.
Unitarian Universalists have always envisioned a world full of love and justice. Come hear the story of Adin Ballou and how his vision of a utopian community can inspire us today. Religious Education programming at the 9:15am service only. Nursery care provided during both services.
Ever been in a conflict with someone but don’t know how to talk to them about it? Come learn how using our UUCB Model for Covenantal Conversations. Our Youth and Committee on Shared Ministries will model for us. Religious Education for Preschool through High School … read more.
Worship for All Ages. Nursery care provided. Rev. Kelly and Rev. Dana will lead us in Water Communion. Bring a small jar or vial of water from a place meaningful to you.
We are not a creedal faith tradition where dogma and doctrine keep us in line. Instead, we are a covenantal faith – promising to stay connected as we search for meaning and truth. We promise to restore relationships when they’ve been broken. What role does … read more.
In a time when we can Google search just about anything, what role does the wisdom of our ancestors play? How do we listen to it? Fantastic music with Michael Mandrell.
At both services, Rev. Kelly will lead us in worship for all ages, full of story and some creative activities if you choose to participate in them. You will be able to thank anyone you call family. Nursery care will be provided.
Who knew family trees could be so interesting? Hear how we can use a tool called a Genogram to map our own family systems and the emotional relationships in them. Also learn how the patterns in families can be seen in our larger communities and … read more.
Rev. Kelly will return to the theology series with this service on pneumatology. That’s a big theological word! Come explore and experience.
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 … read more.