Do the darker days bring you down? Do you feel adrift during the holiday season? Or is this simply a difficult year for you? This annual evening service allows you the opportunity to share some of the more challenging parts of this holiday season in … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
December’s Soul Matters Theme is: Opening to Joy. That’s just what’s happening. After a long construction project and the shut-down of the pandemic, we are Opening — our building, our Fellowship — to Joy! We started dreaming about our new building in 2016. Finally, we … read more.
By now, the first Thanksgiving story many of us learned in our elementary schools has been debunked. Can we celebrate abundance and thanksgiving knowing the atrocities of the first settlers? We can if we go back to Indigenous gratitude to the Earth, and its abundance. … read more.
Unitarian Universalism has a proud history of social justice work, linked to our theological roots in the inherent dignity of all people. Today we explore that history, focusing on the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee’s 80 year history living our UU values, and how we also … read more.
On this special Sunday, we’ll have our first indoor multi-platform service since our building was completed! We’ll honor our ancestors, including the founders of this congregation, and take time to memorialize those who have died and whose lives still touch ours. To accomodate Roomies and … read more.
On this Halloween Sunday, we’ll see you on Zoom as we pivot because cold weather is predicted for Sunday. We look forward to seeing you and your pets (or momentos of your pets) online in costume! We’ll learn about the pagan fall festival Samhain … read more.
All relationships have movement. All relationships change. In this service we’ll explore how the act of cultivating relationship twists and shifts depending upon the flow of that particular relationship. We will also celebrate the Longmont UU Presence (LUUP) and the ministry of Rev. Emily Conger, … 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.
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.
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.