Three choices on how to view our services
- In-Person: Everyone is invited to attend services in-person; we are a welcoming congregation. We sit in traditional wooden pews inside our building, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary soon. There is full access to the Fellowship Hall on the first floor and the Sanctuary on the second floor, using an elevator.
- Zoom: Everyone is invited to attend the services via Zoom. Send e-mail to email@example.com to get the Zoom link. The link and number for our worship service will go live beginning at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday. If you’ve never used Zoom before, we encourage you to sign on well before 10 a.m. Not familiar with our zoom services? Please review how our Sunday Service on Zoom works.
- Review past services: If you find it better for you, watch recordings of past services.
Sunday Services are 10:00-11:00AM. Each service can be quite different. If you are checking out BRUU to see if it “melts your butter,” please plan to attend several services.
Celebrating the Transformation of Autumn
Persephone is usually associated with the coming of Spring, but she is also the Queen of the Underworld. She embodies a stark duality: the new growth of spring, and the uncertainty and finality of death. Come learn a little of her story, and participate in … read more.
Blessing of the Animals
In anticipation of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, on October 4th, we will celebrate and bless the animal companions in our lives. You are invited to bring photos of your beloved companion animals or bring your animal companion(s) … read more.
Reflections on The Parliament of World Religions
Rev. Charlotte attended the recent Parliament of World Religions (PoWR) – the theme of which was “A Call to Conscience: Defending Freedom & Human Rights” – in Chicago in August. This was on the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the original Parliament held in … read more.
It is important for us, no matter who we are and what our faith tradition, to acknowledge that we are at times not only exposed to evil in our midst, but sometimes we participate knowingly or unknowingly in the perpetration of – even the protection … read more.
Sunday Social Justice Project
This is the second of our new Service Sundays being held on the 5th Sunday of the month. After some opening rituals, we will engage in a project-based activity to benefit our larger community. Our project partners this month are Project Mend-A-House (https://pmah.org/). There will … read more.