Joys and Sorrows
In UUCB worship services, we invite people to light a candle and share a joyful reflection or a sorrow. The congregation responds, “You are in our hearts.”
For our fellow Americans
May we remember that others live in pain, and that we can part of the solution.
Hugs for all
For all who are struggling with this pandemic time, much love and a warm hug.
Joy to see friends
How wonderful to be able to see the Anderson's joining us. Truly a silver lining to this difficult time, the opportunity to worship with those who moved to other areas.
Happy Mother's Day to my amazing momma Kate Thorpe. She is my biggest supporter, especially in these weird times, and this church is one of her favorite places and communities to be a part of. I recognize her here, where she is surrounded by those who know, like I do, what an incredible woman she is. Thank you for giving me life and for always giving me love 💖💝💖
Sunshine and flowers
It is my joy that the weather is nice and everything is blooming.
May 5th marks the one-year anniversary of my mother's death.
Prayers for Sharon
Please keep my friend, Sharon, in your hearts and prayers as she battles stage 3 lung cancer during these strange times.
Moving into the digital world!
It has been fun to see how we are all stepping up to the challenge of "doing" church online.
cuvid virus strikes close to home
My daughter Susan Jackson DO and her son Chance are at home with virus 19. Susan has been a physican 20 years. She served for one year IN IRAQ while in the Army.She reports Fatiqu wa reminds everyine to wear a mask cough and pain. Chance has fever cough and headache and severe body pain. They on their second week. She treated a patient at home who had virus but it was not none at that time 2 days after home visit; patient test came bACK POSITIVE Patien died 2-3 days later. Susan
Sheila has lost everything
Sheila, a master Iroquois beadworker, lost everything in her family home when it burned to the ground on Thursday. She and her husband were not home so no life except for their dog's was lost.
Andy in surgery tomorrow
My husband, Andy, has to have another surgery tomorrow (Friday) for bladder cancer. He's been through this several times, it's not major surgery, and we have a wonderful doctor. However, I worry a lot, especially since I can't go into the hospital with him because of the coronavirus.
For those who are suffering
For the sick, for the trauma of healthcare workers, for the families who have lost loved ones, for those with food or housing insecurity, for the lonely...sending the light of hope🙏🏼
Loving the candles!