Upcoming Worship Services

BFUU Fellowship Hall 1924 Cedar Street
(at the corner of Cedar St. and Bonita Ave.)
all services are on Sundays from 10:30 AM to around noon, unless otherwise noted

TLoop no text30wheelchair30x30The Fellowship Hall (1924 Cedar St) is accessible by a ramp on the Bonita Avenue side of the Hall, and has a T-Loop system to enhance audio for those with hearing aids.

We will be meeting on Zoom for Worship Services on Sundays at 10:30 AM. If you’d like to attend, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the meeting ID and link.

If you have the ID, go to https://zoom.us/join and enter the Meeting ID. One tap mobile: +16699006833,,<meetingID># US (San Jose) Dial by your location: +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) - to do this, dial: 1 669 900 6833, then dial the meeting number, then dial the # sign twice.) If you need help getting onto zoom, please include that in your email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave a voicemail at 510-841-4824 ext. 1.   

clef by Gerd Altmann Pixabay FREEcropSeptember 19: Sing In My Heart: Celebrations and Rituals
Eva Doucette (she/her), Worship Coordinator
One way Unitarian Universalist spirituality can be expressed is in the liturgies, ceremonies, and worship services we create. Rituals and celebrations are ways to appreciate life, face grief and sorrow, share joy and gratitude, and deepen relationships and core commitments. They add meaning and purpose to major life events, help us embrace change, help us express important emotions, including love and grief. They can help build community. And they can enhance personal connections with the sacred, with the Spirit of Life. Join us as we explore creating our ritual life together.

handscacaobeansbyDavid Greenwood Haigh Pixabay FREESeptember 26: Chocolate! Sacred, Sinful or Salubrious?

Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles (she/her)
Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles shares the history of cocoa as the gift of the gods, as the temptation to sinful addiction, and what we know today of its contribution to mental health.


Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles describes herself as a recovering psychologist and recovering attorney, who graduated from Starr King in 2011 and was ordained to UU ministry in 2013. Along with providing pastoral care at BFUU and preaching at Bay Area churches as a guest speaker, she writes poetry, short stories, and is working on a memoir.