• Hello UUCB Families!

    As we transition to a new month, we reflect on the lessons learned from the worship theme of Risk. How we can support and encourage healthy risk-taking in the lives of the ones we protect and guide throughout life? This Sunday the 1st-2nd graders will explore the web of life and the way that nature creates and sustains itself. How might we foster a sense of nurturing, creation, and sustenance from the youngest ones to the elders in our communities? How can we learn mystery and wonder from the children in our lives?

    Did you know…?

    Longer days mean more opportunities for the “direct experience of nature”, a recurring theme in the 1st-2nd grade curriculum “World of Wonder”. Taking a walk or exploring the natural elements of your neighborhood are great ways to explore Sunday morning RE in real time!

Family Events

  • Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Immigrant Detainees - Off Site
    • 04-01-2017 -- 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
    • West County Detention Facility, 5555 Giant Highway, Richmond   Contact: Craig Scott, revcraigpsr@att.net
  • Childcare Available
    • 04-02-2017 -- 9:15 am - 1:00 pm
    • Drop your kids off for a fun time while you explore the many adult programs at UUCB...
  • YCC Rehearsal
    • 04-02-2017 -- 10:00 am - 10:45 am
    • The Choir is open to all children and youth, ages 5 ½ and up. Prior musical experience is not required. We rehearse at 10 - 10:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings, September through May, in the Meditation Room (below the Sanctuary). We help lead the Sunday worship service once or twice per month. If we are not in the service, choristers in 5th grade and younger will be dropped off at...
  • Toddler Time
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:12 am - 12:15 pm
    • Storytime based on the monthly worship theme of Transformation.
  • K-1st Grade
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:13 am - 12:15 pm
    • What a world of wonder! We’ll look at creativity in the web of life, exploring the idea that humans are not the only creatures that exhibit an urge to create.
  • 2nd-3rd Grade
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:14 am - 12:15 pm
    • This session introduces generosity as an important spiritual discipline and religious act that is a central component of justice and goodness. It is based on the notion that generosity is a way of life which reaps benefit for both giver and receiver. How do our UU values support generosity as a spiritual practice?
  • 4th-5th Grade
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
    • Today we explore ways that we can use our beliefs to make a difference in the world. How can our beliefs and values be tools in our work against injustice?
  • Middle School
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:16 am - 12:15 pm
    • How can we live heart-fully along the unsure pathways of change? How do we keep our hearts open? In days which call for compassion, action, and test our country's capacity for civil discourse, how can we stay responsive?"
  • High School
    • 04-02-2017 -- 11:17 am - 12:15 pm
    • How can we live heart-fully along the unsure pathways of change? How do we keep our hearts open? In days which call for compassion, action, and test our country's capacity for civil discourse, how can we stay responsive?"
  • Community Games
    • 04-02-2017 -- 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
    • Playtime on the field for elementary children after religious education classes gives parents time to mingle after church...