This week at UUCB

Lean In, Listen, & Learn

Our theme this month is “Wisdom.’ Where have you found wisdom over the years? Who has offered you wisdom in the past? What wisdom would you impart if asked? We will have workshops following our service!


  • Renovation Update: Important Congregational vote this Sunday! There will be a congregational meeting in the UPC sanctuary right after the Sunday service. We will vote on whether to approve the installation of a ground source heat pump heating/cooling system as part of our overall renovation project. Here is the text of the resolution we will be voting on: As a continuation of our commitment ...
  • Renovation Update: Town Hall Meetings on UUCB HVAC Decision On Sunday, January 19 our congregation decided on the scope of the overall renovation project. Now we need to decide what to do about our aging heating system. The Project Committee will be offering two Town Hall meetings at United Presbyterian, one on Sunday, Feb 9 at 1:30pm and the other on ...
  • Renovation Update: January 2020 Thank you to everyone for their input and efforts at the congregational meeting Sunday January 19, 2020. Many people presented important, well thought out points of view, and made good points.  Congratulations to the congregation for the big decision to spend up to 1.4 million dollars on a contract with W. L. Kline. Here ...
  • Renovation Update: Asbestos and more Here is the latest renovation news .. Asbestos Abatement on our building started on Monday 1/20/20 The Steering Committee met with our architect, Laura, on Monday 1/20/20 to get started on the final drawings to go to the contractor for pricing. Our Client Representative for the construction project will be Madeleine Cotts, her back-up will be Wes Ernsberger. They will ...
  • CLM Update: So Proud I am so proud of our congregation! We decided to live into our aspirations … to boldly advance our congregation into an environment that is more supportive of children, visitors, community, and those seeking more spirituality in their lives.

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A community of people willing to listen to each other and have some fun along the way to a socially just/spiritually tolerant world. ~Joan H.

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