These words from Charles Esenstein invite us to reflect deeply about what IS possible, and orient our world in that direction. In this service, which is both Outdoors and on Zoom, we explore the ‘Story of Separation’ and how it has shaped our lives. How … read more.
Speaker: Intern Minister Lisa Moore
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.
All are welcome back to the Fellowship for an ALL AGES, outdoor service and water ceremony. In the UU world, the ‘church year’ begins in the fall, with an annual ritual that celebrates our return and rejoining with one another. Bring water that symbolizes a … read more.
Is “Acceptance” Enough? And what does “Encouragement to Spiritual Growth in our congregations” really invite us to do? This Sunday, we’ll ponder our 3rd Principle: Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.
Come play with us virtually and celebrate Summer Solstice. Let’s welcome the Sun on it’s longest journey across the Northern Hemisphere. We will be having crreative meditations, so if possible, please come to the service with some paper and crayons, markers, colored pencils, or whatever … read more.
Please join The Mountain Top and Colorado UUs for Racial Justice this summer as we explore what a UU coalition for doing anti-racism and anti-oppression work in our congregations might practically look like. Our kickoff event is June 4 through 6 on Zoom. Even if … read more.
May 31st will be the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Come and learn about that tragic event, and a Unitarian’s involvement. We’ll examine our history around racism and how remembering our past gives us another reason to continue to dismantling white supremacy culture. … read more.
Who are we becoming? Just as the stone was rolled away at the Resurrection, we are also invited into “something more.” What insight does Jesus’ resurrection give us for new and different ways of being, both individually and as a community?
As another tragedy strikes us “close to home”, we’ll reflect on what “close to home” means to each of us, and find strength and resilience in our spiritual “home.”