Services begin at 10:30 a.m. and are held in Fellowship Hall at 1924 Cedar St. in Berkeley.
August 24: Say Hello
This will be our new minister's first sermon with us. The Rev. Theresa Novak will introduce herself and reflect on the meaning of "hello."
August 31: Annual Labor Day Service
Come join us for our annual Labor Day Service, as we celebrate those who have worked tirelessly for the cause of labor equity, union representation, and fair working conditions, and look ahead to needed changes in labor policy in the name of justice.
September 7: Gathering of the Waters
In this annual ritual of community we will reflect on what we each bring to this religious home of ours. Water will be available, but if you wish, you may bring some from home or from somewhere else to add to our common bowl. The children and youth will join the rest of the congregation for the entire service.
September 14: Why Are We Here?
Why do we come to church? Does it matter that BFUU exists? What are we doing here in Berkeley anyway?
September 21: Check Your Sources Please
In addition our seven principles, Unitarian Universalism also has six sources. Are they there for us to just pick and choose the ones we like and ignore the others? Is our faith a random potluck or a full course meal that will truly nourish our spirits?
September 28: The Fountain of Age
Rev. Carrie confronts and corrects some of the unfounded assumptions and stereotypes of aging. She invites us all to see the cup half full, not half empty, and seize the day with curiousity, hope and love.