In this time of anti-lgbtq backlash and legislation, what does it mean to celebrate Pride? Join Rev J Sylvan at their final BAUUC service as we find strength and hope to continue to live and love with passion and without fear.
Speaker: Rev. J Sylvan
Unitarian Universalist don’t have official saints, but Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Louisa May Alcott may unofficially qualify. We love to revere the wisdom and artistic achievements of the Transcendentalists, as well as the people themselves. But we sometimes forget that they WERE … read more.
Unitarian Universalism became a religion in the 1960s, when Unitarianism and Universalism merged. But did you know that Unitarian ideas went back over 1500 years? Let’s take a look at the Council of Nicea, and how much things have (and haven’t) changed for people with … read more.
Two Peer Support groups meet at Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church, NAMI and PFLAG. What is Peer Support, and why is it so important in our lives and ministry? Let’s look together at this important practice, and learn how we can all provide lateral support … read more.
Ever wanted to ask a minister a question, but didn’t for one reason or another? Well, now’s your chance. There will be a Question Box out in the hall starting on April 1st. Write your questions down (anonymous or not) and on April 16th, Rev. … read more.
Join us for an intergenerational Easter service where we will celebrate Rebirth in many different forms. This will also be our special Flower Communion Service Sunday so be sure to bring a flower. After the service, children are invited to participate in an Egg Hunt, … read more.
Have you ever heard someone say, “I’m terrible at goodbyes”? All transitions can be challenging, and transitions that involve the ending or changing of a relationship can be especially weighted. Saying goodbye can feel so difficult we may want to avoid it entirely. How can we … read more.
We like to say we live in “unprecedented” times due to climate change, but the idea of humans affecting the earth on a large scale is nothing new. We see stories of the earth responding harshly to human overreach in many mythologies, legends, and parables. … read more.