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.
Sharing the Light
Our annual December Music Service explores the many faith traditions that celebrate holidays during this time of year by “sharing the light” – including through the ritual lighting of candles – of hope, love, and community. This is a multigenerational (MG) service of song and … read more.
The shortest day and longest night of the year is coming up on 12/21. This morning, we will mark the Winter Solstice with a “solstice grieving” worship service. Similar to “Blue Christmas” or “Longest Night” services, this morning we will acknowledge the darkness in life … read more.
Christmas Eve Morning
During this multigenerational (MG) service, we will experience the Christmas Story as a no-rehearsal pageant and sing traditional Christmas carols. Come join in the spirit of the holiday!
Please note: This 10 a.m. Sunday worship service is our only service this year.
Also note: There is no … read more.
Long time puzzle enthusiasts, Janette and Star invite you to a service on the metaphorical framework and the importance of encountering life’s enigmas. From health benefits of mental activity to viewing our search for meaning as a series of changing and challenging puzzles, we … read more.