Three choices on how to view our services
- In-Person: Members, friends (and since April 3rd, visitors) are invited to attend services in-person. Please review current safety protocols.
- Zoom: Everyone is invited to attend the services via Zoom. The link for zoom services is shared in the Roundup weekly e-mail. 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.
Services are 10 – 11:00AM. Services can be quite different, so if you are visiting BRUU, please plan to attend several services.
Souls, Reincarnation, and the Population Boom
Got soul? Many of the world’s great religions believe in reincarnation. But if there’s a limited supply of souls, what are the implications of the human population boom? Let’s explore how booming population could affect the quantity – and quality – of incarnations.
From There to Here – and On to Infinity
Why did BRUU get started in 1981, and how have we thrived/persevered since then? We know where we came from – but where is this community going, and how will we get there? Aye, there’s the rub. Come join the conversation on February 12.
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Among the six values enumerated in the UUA By-laws Article II revised language is “Transformation.” The text reads: “We adapt to the changing world. We covenant to collectively transform and grow spiritually and ethically. Openness to change is fundamental to our Unitarian and Universalist heritages, … read more.