Topic: First Sunday

What the Dragonfly Knows

Transformation is a word we use a lot in religion. How much do we really know about ‘becoming.’ Join us this morning as we talk about the intersection of ‘becoming’ and ‘belonging!’ And join us after for First Sunday workshops. (This is also the launch … read more.

The Equality State

Join us for a First Sunday worship and workshop on the monthly theme of Justice and Equity. Through story and song, we will explore these key values of Unitarian Universalism together.

We hope to see you in person! Our COVID policy has been suspended … read more.

Making the World a Better Place

This morning in the service we will share the results of a special challenge we gave to a handful of UUCB families – we asked them what they might do to make the world a better place, and we gave them some resources to follow through … read more.

Mystery (First Sunday)

What will we experience this Sunday? It is a mystery! Join us for our First Sunday worship and workshops as we engage this month’s worship theme of “Mystery.”

We hope to see you in person! Our COVID policy has been suspended and masking is … read more.

Generosity (First Sunday)

Several of the monthly themes from Soul Matters this year are based on the new Values statement voted on for a year of study from the UUA General Assembly. ‘Generosity’ is one of the core values listed in the document set to replace the current … read more.

Hold the Door Open (1st Sunday)

Hear a version of our UU heritage that highlights the themes of inclusion and openness. We have our First Sunday services again. We gather all together in the sanctuary from 10:30 – 11:15. Then we have workshops for all ages from 11:30 – 12:15, followed … read more.

The Creator’s Workshop

Creation and creativity are exciting topics to explore together in worship! In this Sunday’s interactive service, we will consider the interplay between our creativity and our freedom! Join us for an all-congregation worship as we welcome Rev. Taylor back from his sabbatical.

We hope to see … read more.