Making Room for Our Future
Our current building at 1241 Ceres Drive has become inadequate for our vibrant, growing congregation. Over the last two years, we raised funds for a major remodel and expansion to make real our vision of being a center for spiritual exploration and justice making. The new building will feature a beautiful larger sanctuary, and the current sanctuary will be transformed into a social hall. The current offices and classrooms will become an administrative wing, with a variety of meeting spaces that allow for collaboration and privacy. A new wing will house classrooms for our School of the Spirit. Construction is expected to begin February 11, 2019.
To learn more about the current status of our building project, visit the Building Committee’s blog at this link.
Here’s a link to Frequently Asked Questions.
Watch the video below to learn more about how we got here and where we are going.
How You Can Help
Our Fellowship is dependent on the generosity of members and friends of the congregation to meet the annual operating budget and to stretch to create this new space.
There are many creative ways to donate to the combined campaigns. Click here for an explanation of the options available to you.
The number one reason that people give for joining our Fellowship is Community. Watch the video below to see what they’re talking about.
Our Music Program is one of the most popular aspects of our congregational life. Watch the video below to learn what makes this such a valuable part of our Fellowship.
Our Unitarian Universalist religious education program, which we call the School of the Spirit, provides children, youth, and adults an opportunity to explore, reflect, and learn in a nurturing spiritual and justice making community. It is one of the most cherished and exciting parts of our Fellowship life. Check out this video to learn more about what an essential part it is of our vision for the future.
As Unitarian Universalists, we are called to put our values into action in the effort for a more just and equitable world. Members of our Fellowship do this in many ways, including BVCAN’s work on mental health access, the Immigration Rights Task Force’s education on immigrant rights, our support of a Dreamer through the I Have a Dream Foundation, education and action about Racial Justice, among other things. Watch this final video in our series of four to learn more about what an essential part Social Justice plays in our efforts to become a center for spiritual exploration and justice making.