Speaker: Rev. Douglas Taylor

Christmas Eve Services at UUCB

Our 7:00 pm service is out family service with carols and lessons, candle lighting, a story, and our choir. Our 9:00 pm service is quieter and more contemplative; we have candle lighting, carols and lessons, a homily and special music. All ages are welcome to … read more.

Christmas Eve Services at UUCB

Our 7:00 pm service is out family service with carols and lessons, candle lighting, a story, and our choir. Our 9:00 pm service is quieter and more contemplative; we have candle lighting, carols and lessons, a homily and special music. All ages are welcome to … read more.

Seasonal Worship Service

Join us for a delightful all-ages seasonal service to honor all the winter ‘holidays of light’ we see at this time of year. Presented through a “Winter Speech Choir”, we will learn a little, sing a lot, and squeeze in a few moments of wonder … read more.

Words of Wonder

As Unitarian Universalists, we use a variety of words and concepts to talk about the holy or ‘the transcending mystery’ or God. See?!? I can’t even write a description of this worship without using three different words for it. Come, let us revel in our … read more.

The Queen’s Loaves

Join us for a story of power and gratitude, wisdom and food! We invite you to bake and bring in a loaf of bread that is special to you. Maybe it is a recipe from your grandmother or from your an-cestral culture. How many loaves … read more.

Attention to Endings

Generally speaking, most people like beginnings much better than endings. But every experience (like every life and every good story) has a beginning, a middle, and an end. How do you end things in your life? ‘Ending well’ is too often a neglected art.

Thank You, Sanctuary

What has happened for you in this sanctuary over the years? Were there special events, friendships formed, or even epiphanies? What has this room witnessed of your life? As we prepare to change our building, let us attend to the fact that our building has … read more.

How to Be a Perfect Stranger

Within a few months, we will turn our building over to the renovation process. We will go across town and worship in another community’s space for a few months. We will be in temporary exile, relying on the hospitality of others.