The Fellowship Hall (1924 Cedar St) is accessible by a ramp on the Bonita Avenue side of the Hall.
40th Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War
Tuesday April 28 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall – 1924 Cedar St.
BFUU’s Social Justice Committee, members and friends join to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War. We’ll be showing “Sir! No Sir!” a 2005 documentary by Displaced Films about the anti-war movement within the ranks of the United States Armed Forces during the Vietnam War. Veterans will share their thoughts and stories.
Suggested donations of $5 – $20. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Exploring Unitarian Universalism at Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
Sundays as noted below from 12:30 noon - 2:00 PM in the Connie Barbour Room – 1606 Bonita Ave.
Exploring Unitarian Universalism is a series of six 90-minute workshops addressing important themes in Unitarian Universalist Congregational life:
March 8: Worship and Theology
March 15: History
May 3: Covenant and polity
May 17: Religious education or faith development
June 7: Social Justice
June 14: Membership
Each workshop provides an opportunity for participants to interact and share their own experiences, a process that echoes the Unitarian Universalist commitment to individual theological exploration. If you can’t make all the sessions, come to the ones you can. First time visitors will also be invited to join us on the Sundays that the class is held. Arrive at noon for a light vegetarian snack preceding the class.
Participants will learn about Unitarian Universalism not only by hearing about it, but by doing it—exploring their own theology and its intersection with the tradition.
Reverend Theresa will be the primary instructor for this class. It is appropriate for new comers as well as longer term members.