Facebook Live and YouTube As we’ve taken a harder look at our history and our past, we’ve found parts that are less than comfortable to talk about and may be difficult to even bring up. What are some of these, and what can we gain by holding them up for ourselves and for others?
Virtual Coffee Hour
A time to connect “face to face.” Meeting ID: 332 046 821. Password: 810131. Click here to join us.
- Personal Theology - ‘Joy in Difficult Times,’ Presenter, James Baraz, Founding Teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center
- 9:30 a.m. James Baraz is well known to many members and friends of UUCB. He is a founding teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and has taught mindfulness meditation since 1978. This is a rare opportunity to hear James speak on this topic, of "Joy in Difficult Times." Click the heading above for more description and the Zoom link.
- Literature, Film, Drama & Music Contingent - Book Discussion - So Many Beginnings [A Little Women Remix]
- 12:30 Christina Creveling will lead our final meeting for 2021 on December 5th. We will discuss So Many Beginnings [A Little Women Remix], by Bethany C. Morrow. Click the heading above for the link to the discussion.
- Personal Theology - Building Bridges, Presenter, Rev. Kenneth Marino
- 9:30 a.m. Rev. Kenneth Marino, Ministerial Intern at UUCB will present on the topic of "Building Bridges." Rev. Ken is from New York and completed his Master of Divinity degree at Drew University. He is an author, musician, yoga teacher, and a Reiki Master. Please take this opportunity to get to know more about our Ministerial Intern and hear his thoughts about Building Bridges. Click the heading for more information and the Zoom link.
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A day of opting out of rampant consumerism.
Date: November 26, 2021
Time: 10 am - 2 pm (1 pm last call for Fix It station)
Where: Atrium at UUCB
Clothing swap, book and game exchange, fix it station, donation station, free gift ideas, gift/service promise table.
When planning your celebration, please consider that while Thanksgiving is a beloved holiday for many, it is also a painful one for many. In short, Thanksgiving is based on a false narrative and has been called “The Day of Mourning” by some indigenous people.
Read full letter here: https://bit.ly/3l6Vf8q
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