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.

Keeping our congregation informed:

CDC information on Covid 19 link

"In doing our part to help slow the spread of the COVID 19 virus, also known as the Corona virus, and in the interest of keeping us all safe, we are suspending our Sunday Services until further notice. Instead, we will be conducting a virtual service on YouTube each week."  

Video link click here



 SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

In Person Sunday Services Suspended until further notice.

However, beginning March 22, 2020, online Sunday services will be offered through YouTube live broadcasts from the pulpit at 10:20 a.m. each Sunday morning.  The link to that Sunday service will be available on the website both that Sunday and for several weeks thereafter.  The program schedule is listed below in Sunday Services section.

Watch the live-streamed April 5th, 10:20 am Sunday:
"What They Dreamed Be Ours To Do"
You Tube Link

Jan Taylor on guitar & singing at service

Words to Hymn: Spirit of Life

 Lunch with Reverend Kathy April 6th...here's how to join her

STAY IN TOUCH - our UUCOB Weekly  Bulletin comes out the end of every week.  In it you will find the latest news. March 29nd edition

 From the Board

The UUCOB Board of Trustees will meet at 5:30 PM on the third Thursday of each month on an online media to be announced. Upcoming meeting dates for the Board are April 16, May 21 and June 18, 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 Betty Green bngreen@fastmail.us  

PLEASE check the UUCOB Calendar or with a chairperson or event organizer committee  TO CONFIRM THE MEETING OR EVENT WILL BE HELD.  

Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey writes of  Homeless Shelter"s Barriers to Redemption in Community Voices

UUCOB Caring Committee

Trusting you are taking precautions during this pandemic. Please follow the guidelines of the CDC and UUA who recommend social distancing.

Remember, you may be a carrier and not necessarily get this virus.

Let’s focus on self isolation and quit spreading this virus. It’s a proven fact that those areas that went into self isolation had less infections and a shorter outbreak time. So many just think it’s not going to get them so continue their daily lives when they’re actually making the situation worse. Do we want to stay home and away from our lives ? Of course not but we are looking at proven facts.

We are fortunate to live in this lovely climate and be able to go outdoors. Take a walk, have lunch outside with a friend or neighbor or read a book on the deck. We have much to be grateful for.

Cancelled at this time.  Prior to the 10:30 am service, the Discussion Group meets at 9:15 a.m.  

Cancelled at this time.  After the service join us for "Coffee, Cookies and Conversation"

       SUNDAY SERVICES                                                

We will not be meeting in person as a congregation for the upcoming Sunday services.  They will be live-streamed on YouTube each appropriate Sunday.  

Audio of Past Sermons prior to March 22nd, 2020

 Watch the live-streamed March 29th, 10:30 am Sunday Service:|
"Befriending Our Fears" You Tube Link

April 5— Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey,What They Dreamed Be Ours to Do” 
You Tube link available at 10:20 am You Tube Link    
Let's take a look back at the "Miracle on Halifax," a story of vision, determination, and sense of abundance which brought our beautiful building and grounds into being.  


April 12— Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey, “Easter in the Time of COVID 19” 
The month of April marks the holy days of the three Abrahamic Religions: Passover, Easter, and Ramadan yet we will most likely remain in isolation well into May or June. How will social distancing and the pandemic forever change our religious traditions?


 April 19— “A Virtual  Flower Communion: Words of Wisdom from our Congregation”                                     Please e-mail Ellen Nielsen a “flower”—a 100-word or fewer description of something that has brought you comfort or inspiration during this difficult time.  Send it to ellennielsen@att.net  by Wednesday, April 15th and Ellen will create an anthology which will be read during the April 19th live-streamed service and available on our UU website.   Another way to share our flowers!


April 26— Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey, “As the Spirit Moves”                                                    By this date, I anticipate significant changes in our social reality which has been turned upside down by the Corona pandemic. Let’s see how those changes have played out in our lived experiences.                 

Audio of Past services

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