Through their theory of liberation, RYSE Center creates safe spaces grounded in social justice for young people to love, learn, educate, heal and transform lives and communities. Since RYSE opened its doors, it has served over 4,000 students with sanctuary and healing spaces, counseling and peer support rooms, weekly programs in poetry, computer skills, cooking, spoken word, graffiti art, music and dance. RYSE provides a SAFE space for Richmond youth.
Its that time of year again. Harvest time when we find the generosity in our hearts to help those less fortunate than us. On November 17th from 10-1 pm, please bring your donations of food to UUCB. We will also take cash and checks if that works best for you. Early donations can be dropped off at the food drive table in the atrium on Sundays. This year’s donations once again go to the...
Ray WestergardCoordinator of UUCB Volunteers for GRIP
UUCB Coordinating Team
Ann Harlow, EditorUUCB The Week Ahead
Ann Harlow, EditorUUCB Beacon on the Hill
Lonnie Moseley, ChairUUCB Pathways to Adventure and Spiritual Growth
UUCB Stewardship Committee
Nancy (Kelly) KellyUUCB Social Justice Council
UUCBPastoral CareReaching out to those who need caring attention.
UUCB Communications Team
Rev. Kristin SchmidtSenior Co-Minister, UUCB
Thank you for writing.
I check email when I am in the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. My writing days are Wednesdays.
During my office hours I can be reached at the church at 510-525-0302 ext. 303. Outside of office hours, or if you have a pastoral care emergency, please call me directly at 510-592-8738 and leave a message with your name, whether you are calling with an emergency need (serious illness, death, trauma, etc.), and how I can best reach you when returning your call. I will respond to urgent and emergency messages as soon as I can and all other messages the next time I am in the church office.
The Rev. Kristin Grassel Schmidt
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley