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The Church is Dead, Long Live the Church!

Revs. Kristin and Christian Schmidt with Carol Carlisle

11:00 a.m.

500 years after Martin Luther courageously instigated the Reformation, religion in our world has begun another process of transformation. This week in worship we will imagine how religion might change in the centuries to come and Reverends Christian and Kristin will offer “the next 95 theses.”

Special Events

  • GRIP Harmony Walk
    • 10-28-2017
    • Come walk with us in this year’s Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) Harmony Walk, followed by a community festival. The Harmony Walk is a chance to build community with our interfaith neighbors while raising money for GRIP, which provides shelter and resources for homeless families. WHEN: 9 am Registration begins 10 am Warm-ups and Walk/Run 11 am Festival with music and food trucks WHERE: Nicholl Park, at MacDonald Ave and 31st Street in Richmond. Contact:  Ray Westergard (510) 904-4145,...
  • All-Church Potluck Lunch
    • 10-29-2017
    • Immigration Justice & Heritage Potluck: All Are Welcome! Let’s celebrate and honor the diverse paths that have led us and our families to the United States, as we share how to stand up for immigration justice in this time and this place. Please bring a dish or beverage that reflects your heritage – and if you are in Hallowe’en mood, feel free to wear keepsakes or traditional clothing! We’ll have a hands-on, multi-generational project to...
  • "From a Silk Cocoon" Screening and Q&A
    • 11-05-2017
    • Join us for a free screening and Q&A with filmmaker Satsuki Ina, immigration lawyer Laura Craig, and Zahra Billoo, Executive Director of Council on American-islamic Relations. Doors open at 2:30 PM. Film screens at 3 PM. From a Silk Cocoon offers a cautionary tale of homeland security . . . compelling . . . stretches beyond the basic facts of the Japanese-American internment experience into the dark and thorny corners of "perceived military necessity" that is just as frightening and relevant now as it was when it happened . . . An intimate portrait of a family under siege -- Mark Halverson of Sacramento News & Review. Tickets required: https://silkcocoonuucb.eventbrite.com. Wheelchair accessible. Questions: silkcocoonuucb@gmail.com
  • Mission and Vision: Taking Stock of Our Blessings
    • 11-19-2017
    • Join us after worship for the next step in our process to figure out where we're headed as a congregation. This time, we'll enjoy a light lunch as we talk together about who we are as a community today and what our shared resources, skills, passions, and assets are. Middle and high school youth are invited to participate and childcare for younger children will be provided. *This is a repeat event for those who didn't make the gathering on Thursday, November 2.
  • Sing-Along Messiah
    • 12-17-2017
    • Hello Music Lovers, UUCB has been hosting a sing-along of Handel's glorious Messiah for decades. Indeed,  it seems likely that the Bay Area tradition of singers throughout the community joining in this great masterpiece  started at UUCB. For more than 50 years, people have been coming to enjoy singing great music in a festive atmosphere. We have a  professional orchestra and soloists and the entire audience joins in singing Handel's fantastic choruses. There are usually 200 to 300 people who...
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UUCB - Unitarian Universalist Church of BerkeleyMonday, October 23rd, 2017 at 7:10am
Today a portion of UUCB’s offering plate will be donated to the UndocuFund.

The UndocuFund will provide direct funding to undocumented immigrants and their families to help with expenses incurred directly as a result of the Northern California fires.

Please be generous in supporting this cause.
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During this morning’s “Time for All Ages,” we hear the story of Odin & the Goats, who gave and found sanctuary during the Sonoma County 🔥🔥🔥.
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UUCB - Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley shared Richmond Ceasefire's post.Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 10:20am
Come walk with us from partner Pogo Park, and see why they were just named winner of a San Francisco Foundation Community Leadership Award.
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UUCB - Unitarian Universalist Church of BerkeleySunday, October 15th, 2017 at 6:13am
Another exciting weekend at UUCB: Parents’ Night Out (childcare and programming for kids and a chance to have time alone for parents and guardians!), then church tomorrow with Personal Theology and a class for newer folks at 9:30, then worship and children’s chapel at 11! And other stuff too numerous to mention! See you all soon!
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UUCB - Unitarian Universalist Church of BerkeleyThursday, October 12th, 2017 at 1:42pm
IMPORTANT NOTICE

Dear UUCB members and friends,

After touching base with Board President Jack Duggan, reviewing health warnings about the air quality in the area, and learning about several school system cancellations, we have urged church staff to work from home tomorrow. We likewise urge all of you to err on the side of caution and consider carefully if you should come to church tomorrow, Thursday, October 12.

If you have a church event or meeting scheduled for tomorrow and can cancel it without much disruption, we recommend that you do. While we will make sure the church is unlocked in the morning, we have encouraged our facilities staff to take the day off. Also, the facilitators of the "Class Conversations" workshop scheduled for this Saturday have decided to postpone the workshop until a later date due to their concerns over air quality.

We hope everyone will take it easy in the next few days and do whatever you can to limit your exposure to the air outside right now.

In faith,

Revs. Kristin and Christian Schmidt