Noteworthy for Members

  • Support your Vision: the Pledge Form covers a variety of ways to participate.
  • Annual General MeetingNovember 11

The Principle of Compassion lies at the heart of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions, calling us always to treat all others as we wish to be treated ourselves.  To learn more, go here: Charter for Compassion


Interreligious Dialogue Workshop: The Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person

Sunday August 28 at 1:30pm with UUB Regulars and Guests

We meet with UUB regulars and invited guests to respectfully listen to one another about how the value of human dignity-- "the inherent worth and dignity of every person,"  is expressed in our respective religious traditions.

This is an opportunity to meet and learn from people with different perspectives. Our purpose is NOT to debate or discuss, but rather to share what we know about how our religion informs or inspires our perspective on the subject, and to hear one another.  Matt Gilsenan will facilitate.

This is the first in a series of 7.
September: Justice, Equity, and Compassion
October: Supporting one Another's Spiritual Growth
November: Seeking Truth and Meaning
January: The Role of the Individual Conscience
February: Promoting Peace and Justice
March: Respect for the Interdependent Web of Existence

Note: Our regular leaders of 11:00 Sanctuary Service have moved on to other projects so we are not scheduling Sanctuary meetings at this time. If you are interested in leading this project please share this with the community.

September 11 Mahdi Jahandar


mehdi jahandarDiversity in Unity and Unity in Diversity

What we call white light is actually a combination of the colors of the rainbow. How we see this light depends on the condition of our particular prism. Every human emerges from the same substance yet the human race presents an incredible diversity that's makes each one of us unique. The unique substance of life manifests in billions of different ways; how do we keep grounded without losing sight of what's possible?

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