On this Memorial Day weekend, our thoughts turn to the many thousands of US military personnel who have given their lives in service to their country over the past century. One can’t help but think of the futility of war, but what can one person … read more.
Each year, we ask every Member to reaffirm their commitment to Buckman Bridge Unitarian Universalist Church and to make a pledge of financial support to sustain our community.
We are asking for your full involvement with a goal of 100% participation of our membership.
We are … read more.
Eight BBUUC members and friends including Molly Brady, Ken Christiansen, Cindi Jorgensen, Claudia Marshall, Deborah McGovern, Suzanna Siebert, Karl Thomas and Jake Yow attended the ICARE Research Kickoff Tuesday evening, November 19. Research committees explore each of the issues adopted at a Community Problems Assembly … read more.
I always think of this time of the year as one of transitions. We are moving from the routine of the school year to the more relaxing schedule of summer. Our kids are moving up to the next grade, the next school, and the next … read more.
Most Unitarian Universalists are more than familiar with the seven principles that serve as our covenant. The seven principles are a guide for all Unitarian Universalists to live their lives in a manner that fully embraces … read more.
Greetings to All,
It is with great pleasure and excitement that I look forward to the next year that I will serve as president of Buckman Bridge Unitarian Universalist Church. Roughly five years ago, I became a member of this congregation. In this time, I have … read more.
In January, the Unitarian Universalist Association developed a Declaration of Conscience. The following provides background information from former President of the UUA, Rev. Peter Morales and president and CEO of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Hon. Thomas Andrews:
“Based on the many conversations we’ve had with each … read more.
Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about what we leave when we’re gone. I mean, truly gone. Does a legacy matter, if I’m no longer here to worry about it?
At Christmas I came close to losing my oldest brother. He had an arrest … read more.