As of last week, Boulder County entered the CDC’s “High” level of community Covid risk. In accordance with our policy to follow CDC guidance, we once again will require masks in the church building on Sundays. Hopefully this is a temporary spike in the numbers! … read more.
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We believe in respecting and celebrating queer and trans identities. And as UUs, we don’t just think our beliefs, we act on them! Starting this month, we put that belief into action in a simple way to support our mission to connect bravely and always love.
This month, … read more.
Thanks to all who attended the Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner! There were plenty of full stomachs and full hearts to go around. Special thanks to those who helped set up and clean up afterwards!
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More and more phishing scams pretending to be a UUCB staff member have been popping up in members’ inboxes recently. UUCB staff members will only ever use the email addresses on our website for official UUCB communications. If you are … read more.
This reminder is for those who have not signed up yet for the UUCB Members Google Group. The Board approved its creation earlier this year. About 50 members have now signed up. If you are a member or regular friend and would like to … read more.
We say, “have a wonderful holiday”! The dictionary says wonder is “rapt attention or astonishment at something awesomely mysterious.” What if we said, “have a day where you are astonished by the awesome mystery of life?” Discover awesome moments! Find ways to put the “wonder” back … read more.
How to donate to UUCB just by grocery shopping: King Soopers Community Rewards Programs
King Soopers’ Neighborhood Rewards program makes it easier than ever to support the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder. You can simply use your registered King Soopers loyalty card to earn funds for … read more.
What is the future of our UUCB church building? What is possible?
This year the Strategic Initatives Committee (Si!) is beginning to look at options for our building. The members of Si! are Burton Lee, Whitney … read more.
“Reclaim Our Vote” is a “Center for Common Ground” campaign that motivates registered but infrequent BIPOC voters across the country to attend early voting for the upcoming election cycle. Our church has been assigned 30 postcards to mail to … read more.
UUCB’s partnership with Tipi Raisers, to support the people of the Pine Ridge Reservation, is going strong. We’ve had four successful trips to the Pine Ridge Reservation since November 2019, providing a total of 218 volunteer person-days (!!). All of these trips have … read more.
As we begin our new church year, we’ve updated our Work Order Form and moved it onto the UUCB website!
Use the following link to submit a work order request: http://uuchurchofboulder.org/about-us/work-order-form/
You can also find the form under the “About Us” drop-down menu.
This form provides the vehicle … read more.
This year, we’re exploring the future of our building!
The Strategic Initiatives Committee is looking at what’s possible: what’s the state of the building; what repairs are needed; what’s the value of the property; can we purchase elsewhere; what would it take to renovate, to rebuild, … read more.
The Board of Trustees held our semiannual retreat on August 28th and our monthly meeting on September 21st. Recent work has included our strategic priorities for the 2022-23 church year: leadership development, connection, inclusivity, long-term visioning, and building options. Members, remember you can access key … read more.
There is a current effort to form a new Racial Justice Team at UUCB. This team would begin by alerting our congregation of events in the wider community that advocate or educate for racial justice. If you are interested in this, please contact Laura Coleman … read more.
Deeper Connections, Personal Growth, and Spiritual Awareness may happen for you in Soul Matters Small group meetings:
6-8 people meet for two hours – twice monthly for 3 months with a trained facilitator.
share thoughts generated by our monthly themes packets in confidence.
new groups to begin this month!
Sign-up ends this … read more.
Led by Meri Gibb
The LUUP campus at Longmont UCC, 1500 9th Street
September 22; October 6 and 20; November 3 and 17 @ 7:00 to 8:30 pm.
In class, we will talk about memoir and do short writing warm-ups. You will have homework assignments! Each … read more.
The Longmont Unitarian Universalist Presence (LUUP) presents Cakes for the Queen of Heaven, a woman honoring adult RE curriculum. Classes take place in Longmont at UCC every third Thursday evening @ 7-9pm for 5 months. First class is Thursday, September 15. Contact Debbie Lane firstname.lastname@example.org for more … read more.