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Wonder and Awe

In Person, Facebook Live and YouTube. What does wonder mean to you? How does it sustain you?

In Person Coffee Hour
Join us in the Social Hall for coffee and a snack or light lunch.

Special Events

  • Holiday Bags and Cards of Remembrance
    • 12-10-2022
    • Help us write warm messages or prepare holiday bags for those who are elderly, homebound, or need extra affection this holiday season. The more messages or bags we make, the more love we can spread to our community! Contact Barbara Cullinane for more info: bb75c87@gmail.com.
  • Annual Food Drive
    • 12-11-2022
    • UUCB's annual food drive is scheduled to culminate on Sunday December 11 and benefits the Richmond Emergency Food Pantry, currently serving about 300 families every week. Click through for a list of donations they could especially use this year, along with the usual items like canned fruits, veggies and beans. Monetary donations also welcome.
  • Sing-Along Messiah 2022
    • 12-18-2022
    •   Join in singing one of the great treasures of Western art, Handel’s evergreen Messiah. This glorious music is the focus of an uplifting and heartwarming evening when music lovers from across the Bay Area come together to hear the orchestra and soloists and to sing the powerful choruses. A marvelous way to feel the holiday glow: Hallelujah!   Options to join in person and online via livestream. Proof of vaccination and masks required and enforced.

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UUCB - Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley was live.Sunday, December 4th, 2022 at 6:51pm
Saying No Is Saying I Love You: Don’t we all love to hear someone say “yes” when we ask them to do something? Of course, we do. The opposite is being rejected and can feel like just that. But what about when is “no” the right thing to say? And, what does that mean for ourselves and for our relationships?
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