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: Meri Gibb
Our Soul Matters theme for the month of May is Nurturing Beauty. At this service, we’ll look at the many creative ways we were able to nurture beauty to help get us through these last couple of years. And to help bring the beauty, we’ll … read more.
For 99.9% of human existence, people experienced the world as fully animate — every rock, flower, body of water, inch of soil was embodied with spirit. Nymphs, fairies and angels were an ordinary part of people’s life experience. This service will explore the impact on … read more.
Community Rising: Nourish. Deepen. Connect. What does this community offer you? How does it inspire you to rise to meet the challenges of these times? How does it sustain you? In this special Sunday service, we’ll go deeper into what it means to be a … read more.
Many of the modern traditions observed at Christmas were first celebrated by Germanic people in Northern Europe such as : Giving of gifts, feasting, leaving food out for house elves, decorating houses with evergreens such as holly and balsam trees and burning candles. But there … read more.
Humans are not machines, built with distinct parts. We each belong to a set of complex communities and heritages that combine to form our unique identity. In honor of Indigenous People’s Day and LGBTQIA History month, in this service we’ll explore the intersectionality of identities … read more.
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.