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What Does It Mean To Be UU?

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

Join us this Sunday as we explore who we are as Unitarian Universalists. Through story, art, and song we will learn how and why we are a people of living tradition, people who change, and a people who change the world. This is a service for all ages!

Community Ministry for a New World

11:15 a.m. only

Together with our Senior Co-Ministers, Kristin and Christian Schmidt, affiliated Community Ministers Cat Cox, Jane Ramsey, Theresa Hardy, Sue Magidson, and Jeremiah Kalendae, joined by Lynne Cahoon and Ariel Smith-Iyer, reflect on community ministry in this new era.

While only official members of UUCB may vote, everyone is encouraged to stay after the service for the Congregational Meeting.

Who Am I?

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

Our identities, complex and multi-faceted, affect the way we see the world, how we are treated, and what matters most to us. The first step to forming deep, meaningful, diverse religious community is owning our own personal identities and acknowledging what that means for us, then beginning to understand others’ identities.