Speaker: with Sarah Ward

Reviewing Our Covenant

Morning Worship

11:00 to 11:45 a.m.
Our past informs our present. Our triumphs, mistakes, courage, and fear all shape us as individuals and as a community. On this first Sunday after our ministers have gone, on this Sunday of continuing pandemic, on this Sunday of increasing protest against racism, we will explore how we might look backward in order to move forward, committing ourselves to acknowledging past mistakes with grace. Join us as we explore how we might live into our best selves as a church community. We will gather on Facebook Live and YouTube.
Kathryn Jay has been a member of UUCB since 2011 and serves on the Board of Trustees. She recently earned an MDiv from the Starr King School for the Ministry.

Virtual Coffee Hour

11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
After worship we invite you to switch over to Zoom for a time to connect “face to face.” Select this link to join us.
Meeting ID: 332 046 821
Password: 810131

Finding Silence

It takes discipline and courage to admit that you don’t know something or aren’t the right person to tackle a particular challenge. Being an effective presence for change in our world can also mean learning when to be quiet and listen and when to support others’ work.

Living Our Faith Out Loud

In the midst of these defining times, in the midst of tumult – societal, political and climate related – Unitarian Universalism offers a powerful message of both compassion and interdependence. How can we live these values in bold, courageous ways that have the power to make a measurable difference today and for the future?
Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray was elected President of the Unitarian Universalist Association on June 24, 2017. Prior to her election…

The Journey of the Body

Throughout our lives our relationships with our bodies evolve and change as we age. This week in worship we consider what our faith has to teach us about the preciousness of all bodies. (Greg and Alice Lemieux)