The actions and histories of our families in the generations before us affect our sense of who we are and our sense of belonging. Through our ancestors lives we can, perhaps, begin to understand where we are going.
Speaker: David Beumee
“Spiritual Exploration is our theme for today. We explore the impossibility of ever knowing absolute answers to theological questions, together with the benefits of being open to all possibilities.”
There is now a mental health crisis among our youth, which by necessity impacts whole families. Today, we explore the learning, beauty and challenges parents experience with the ever-increasing prominence of struggling young people. We will also welcome New Members .
Beautify! as a Spiritual Practice. The choice to bring beauty into the world is a choice to love the world. We begin this month’s Soul Matters Theme of “Nurturing Beauty” exploring the link between spirituality, creativity and beauty. Following the service, all ages are invited … read more.
Life has been hard these past years. Today, we put all that aside for a time and delve into the sacred beauty that surrounds us. Join us to hear about sacred connection to our earth’s varied spaces. Take time to remember and contemplate the sensory … read more.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King is remembered as a great civil rights leader, perhaps the greatest our country has ever known. His incredible courage and prophetic imagination were rooted in a deep faith. Today we’ll explore how his faith was anchored in a deep connection … read more.
Join us for a meditative celebration of “the Sacred Circle of Life”, as one yearly cycle ends and another begins. We will share a quiet service of music, poetry and meditation. Zoom service only.
This kind of danger is not immediately obvious. We’ve been conditioned to think that there is only one true story and that getting it straight is the hard part. But what if there are many perspectives on any event, and we just teased out the … read more.
It’s time to come together in a new way! We’ll merge our gathered waters in this annual ritual. Today’s shorter-than-usual service will the first ever Drive-In Service for BVUUF.
Come to the Ceres Drive parking lot with water that represents something meaningful from your summer. (There … read more.