Topic: Summer Services

Walking With the Goddess

How different would life have been if Deity was imaged as female?  Since the dawn of womankind, the Goddess has been worshipped and revered.  Let us remember and invoke the Divine Feminine that is within us.

Tiffany Hagberg and Cakes for the Queen of Heaven participants

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Church: Why Bother?

The trends are upon us! Attendance and participation in religious communities are declining in the US across the board. This has been going on for a while, but the pandemic increased things. Maybe there are good reasons for not attending that we can learn from. … read more.

Progressive Religion

I don’t mean it like that. Yes, we are ‘progressive’, but for this service I’m actually thinking about ‘progressive dinners,’ (and I didn’t want you all to think I was offering food.) Join us for a playful and thought-provoking service throughout the building and grounds … read more.

The HeaRT of our Congregation

We all want a strong community at UUCB, and a big part of that is learning how to have healthy conflict.  Learning how to express our full selves, even when we disagree, frees up our spiritual and emotional energy to care for each other and … read more.

Let Beauty Seduce You

In the midst of suffering, it’s possible to be seized by a sight or sound or action whose startling beauty pierces your heart. Such beauty doesn’t necessarily diminish the anguish, but it does give us a glimpse into something vital and wondrous. Do we dare … read more.

Disabled Joy: Honoring Disability Pride Month

In a world where Disabled folks/people with disabilities face lifelong challenges, it’s important to remember that we have talents and strengths, as well as joys to celebrate. This service aims to suggest that we do not just need to be aware of ministering to people … read more.

The Theology of Murder Mysteries

What do murder mysteries have to do with theology or with UUs? Surprisingly, they share a common value – to fix a broken world and restore justice. The difference is that in the mystery, the puzzle always gets solved.

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