Humanism is considered a “UU source” — and this service will show how Humanism significantly *overlaps* our Seven Principles and how modern Humanism was launched by Unitarians about 100 years ago. Besides clarifying what modern Humanism is, we’ll hear the story of a BVUUFer who … read more.
Speaker: Haley Anderson
Throughout our history, UUs have had many cautionary tales and missed opportunities in the moments when people of color tried to lead. What do we learn from these historical experiences, and how do we integrate these learnings into how we weave a more inclusive collective … read more.
What does it mean to be a UU? Whether you’ve been a UU for decades or days, this question can be a tricky one. We are a people with diverse beliefs and practices, and we have been this way since either Unitarianism or Universalism have … read more.
One of the most beautiful values of living in community is sharing our wisdom with one another. Life has a way of teaching us, often the hard way, at each stage of our lives. From 10 to 110 each of us have learned something … read more.
This coming week, February 1, marks the celebration of the pagan festival of Imbolc, the coming of the spring. We’ll explore why celebrating it can be seen as an act of integrity, defiance, the resilency of nature, and our own resilency.
In what ways can experiences of awe help us to re-integrate our bodies, minds, and souls so that we can become people of integrity? Join Haley Anderson and Aaron Ortego this Sunday as we explore the ways in which awe inducing experiences with nature help us to form deeper connections with ourselves and the world around us.
On the edge of Halloween and All Saint’s/All Souls Day, we explore how sacred traditions meld and merge through time. When is this blending a natural progression of human expression, and when is it cultural appropriation — the erasing of the beautiful nuances … read more.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with the Fellowship. Music provided by The Band.