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SUNDAY July 18 ~ 10:30 AM

LIVE in the church's parking lot.
Member in the Pulpit: Jennifer Cottrill
Sermon: "The Six Sources: A Recipe for Your UU Faith"
Unitarian Universalists give plenty of attention to the Seven Principles, as well they should. But the bylaws of our denomination also state that we affirm and promote Six Sources that inform our "living tradition." This service will not only inform you about the lesser-known Six Sources but also explore and celebrate the way they can be drawn upon in myriad combinations to produce an infinite variety of UU faiths among the members of our congregations.

This service will also be live streamed for those unable to attend. On Friday, the link to watch it on Zoom will be provided here.

BUC Spotlight

Maundy Thursday Communion Service

On April 1, Maundy Thursday, Rev. Marcia Curtis will lead a UU Communion Service in the BUC sanctuary at 7:00pm. The service will celebrate our UU heritage, our connection to earth (bread) and to each other (wine), and the promise that love is stronger than death.   

UU congregations have celebrated communion during Easter week all over the world for as long as Unitarianism and Universalism have been religions.  Although communion in its traditional form is rarely practiced in Midwest UU churches, the BUC Worship Committee feels that communion has a legitimate place, spiritually and culturally, in our church.

The Worship Committee is hosting this service and will provide music and light refreshments. All are invited.

Pre-Service Church Development Task Force Meetings

The Church Development Task Force will meet every 2 weeks at 8:30AM before Sunday services, beginning February 14. This will be an open ended project. These meetings are for anyone who is interested in discussing the Architectural Feasibility Study recommendations, alternatives to the current church building and related financial issues. Contact Kristi Anderson for more information.

Architectural Feasibility Study is Here!

Last spring the Congregation decided to gather additional information before making a decision about whether to remain in the Castle.  A critical piece of that information has just arrived.  The architectural team has sent us the feasibility study for castle improvements and copies have been emailed to church members and friends.  We also have several hard copies to borrow in the back of the sanctuary at church.  The architects have been very thorough in their research of building codes, of historical preservation, and of green building options, in order to meets our needs for accessibility, comfort, storage, visibility and community space. 

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis is temporarily canceling the Sunday evening meditation until further notice. For more information please click redlotussangha.org.
We hope to resume the meditation and dharma talks in the next few weeks.

Religious Education

        

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.
                

All children are welcome!   

 

 

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