Speaker: Brigitta Vieyra
When things change, oh what a wonderous thing
There are so many details to pay attention to this time of year. What if we concentrate on the big things and let the rest of it happen? What if instead of worrying about the wrapping paper and the fact that we burned the rolls, … read more.
The Courage to Name our History: The Unitarians and the Utes
In the 1870s, the American Unitarian Association (AUA) accepted an invitation from the Federal government to have Protestant congregations take over the management of American Indian reservations and agencies. The hope was to cut down on government corruption while still trying to ‘civilize’ the Indians. … read more.
General Assembly: Circle ‘Round for Justice, Courage and Healing
Circle ’round in care and healing; for liberation and justice; and for love and courage. You’re invited to keep the momentum going to continue the mission of our faith. BVUUF members who went to the 60th annual General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association of … read more.
The Stories We Learn From
Do you remember the stories you heard as a child? The ones with lessons in them. In today’s service we will explore the sacred stories of our past, our present, and maybe even our future.
Nourish: Brunch Church
What’s brunch church, you might ask? It’s a combination of brunch and church! It is an opportunity to nourish bodies and spirits through food and ritual. Meal-based church invites us into deeper connection with our community. We’ll gather together for a worship service that includes … read more.
Beloved Community and the Flow of Relationships
A send-off to Rev. Lydia as she begins her sabbatical.
Radical Imagination: Afrofuturism as Spiritual Wisdom
Afrofuturism is a powerfully creative social, political, and artistic movement that examines thhe conditions of the past to reimagine hopeful alternative worlds. Join us to explore Afrofuturist spiritual wisdom and imagine futures that liberate our minds and spirits.
Healing Our Embodied Stories
Limiting beliefs can keep us out of relationship with ourselves and others. As part of our faith’s commitment to compassion in human relations, join us as we share healing stories about transforming these beliefs. We will also touch on the recent Action of Immediate Witness … read more.
After the Good News: Renewing Our Faith
As a part of the liberal church tradition, Unitarianism and Universalism espouse an optimistic, ‘we can do it’ orientation to life. It can be a catalytic force for good in the world. At the same time, without examination, our faith can promise a shallow hope … read more.