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OUR MISSION is to encourage and facilitate consideration of ethics, philosophies, and religions and the development of our individual values and beliefs; to provide opportunities for fellowship and mutual support; to establish and maintain a vigorous Unitarian Universalist presence in our local community; and to expand our membership.

Your continued financial support is deeply appreciated.  Your tax deductible donation may now be made to UUCOB by using PayPal. 

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Join us via ZOOM for SUNDAY SERVICES   

One Zoom link and password 673786 for Sunday services May 31st - Oct 11th.   
Dial-in & link plus Zoom instructions

JULY 12th
Discussion Group 9:15 am: “Resuming in-person church services, 20 people at a time.” submitted by Phil Elliot.  

SUNDAY SERVICE 10:30   Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey,  “White Supremacy”                                    How allergic we are to this term!  But if we understood that White Supremacy does not refer to Neo-Nazism or Aryanism but to the way in which almost every societal structure in this country favors whiteness, then we might have a more constructive conversation.  Let’s parse out White Supremacy, White Privilege, and Systemic Racism towards a better understanding of what we as Unitarian Universalists are called to do and be in creating Beloved Community in our midst.    
Service Leader: Cliff Jackson

JOYS & CONCERNS Email your joys &  concerns to Rev Kathy by Saturday to include in the Sunday service.


F.A.I.T.H. acts     July Success and Plans

 

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Lunch with 
Reverend Kathy

Mondays 
Zoom at noon  
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   Successful FOOD DRIVE for Doliner Food Bank
      Thank You Note to all who showed up!
     

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          STAY IN TOUCH
          JULY 5th edition

 

From the UUCOB Board     Upcoming Board meeting date at 5:30 is July 16, 2020.  In case you are interested,  UUCOB members are welcome to attend an electronic meeting of the Board, You will have to ask for access code to enter  the meeting - contact Julie Hilburn  

                   SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

Each Sunday services will be live-streamed on Zoom. Please join us.
One Zoom link and password 673786 for Sunday services May 31st - Oct 11th.   

 
     
UPCOMING SERMONS

 July 12, 2020

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: “Resuming in-person church services, 20 people at a time.” submitted by Phil Elliot.
10:30 Service:
Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey, “White Supremacy”                                  How allergic we are to this term!  But if we understood that White Supremacy does not refer to Neo-Nazism or Aryanism but to the way in which almost every societal structure in this country favors whiteness, then we might have a more constructive conversation.  Let’s parse out White Supremacy, White Privilege, and Systemic 
Racism towards a better understanding of what we as Unitarian Universalists are called to do and be in creating Beloved Community in our midst.
Service Leader: Cliff Jackson

 July 19, 2020

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: “Resuming in-person church services, 20 people at a time.” submitted by Phil Elliot.
10:30 Service:  
July 19— Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey,  “White Fragility                           Let’s face it, talking about racism is not easy.  Even for those of us with the best intentions, the subject of racism can stir uncomfortable emotions that get in the way of meaningful conversation about racial justice issues facing us today.  There’s no better time to examine our own feelings and blind spots on the subject of racism, particularly if we are white and part of the dominant culture.

Service Leader: Cliff Jackson

  July 26, 2020

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic: “Resuming in-person church services, 20 people at a time.” submitted by Phil Elliot.
10:30 Service: Dr. Dan Gribbin, "The Daring of Dietrich Bonhoeffer"     By the late 1920’s, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was one of Germany’s brightest young theologian.  He was, however, disillusioned with the theological practices of the conservative establishment in the Lutheran church.  After spending a year studying in America, he returned to Europe on a mission to reform those Christian practices.  Unfortunately, after he joined those who opposed Hitler, he was interned by the Gestapo in 1943, then tortured and finally executed in 1945, three weeks before Hitler’s suicide and a month before VE Day.  Bonhoeffer’s life journey is one of the most inspiring stories to come out of the tragic arc of the 20th century.
Service Leader: Cliff Jackson

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         Green Sanctuary
              Accreditation 2009

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