We from FUUBC fly our Pride Flag and “pride” ourselves on our open minds and loving hearts — now we need a few congregants to staff a table at the Pridefest, which is being held in August this year. There’s very little work involved; it’s basically … read more.
Month: June 2021
Family Promise will be holding there annual Night Without a Bed fundraiser, it will be held June 26th -27th . We are asking companies to sponsor our event in addtion to asking families, congregations, church youth groups,and schools to participate by sleeping somewhere other than … read more.
The Anti-Hate Summer Reading Program, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Reading/Berks, the Exeter Community Library, and Bring the Change, is in need of moderators for community conversations about each book. The program is aimed at tweens, teens and adults, and is funded by the Berks County Community Foundation. … read more.
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The Multi-platform team will be hosting a Zoom conversation with the congregation immediately following the service this Sunday, June 20th. Join us to hear what’s happening with the plans to move toward in-person gathering, as well as to create more robust virtual resources for FUUBC!
Learning Together about Race and Ethnicity. Our congregation has made a commitment to becoming more fully anti-racist and anti-oppression. This weekend we deepened this commitment and our understanding of how race and ethnicity play out in our institutions and our daily lives in the Jubilee III Anti-Racism Training. This morning Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees and participants will share how their minds and hearts have been changed as a result.
As we move towards fall, we are very excited to be making plans to be coming back together through multi-platform operations. Multi-platform means that we are hoping to give families and individuals the option to attend worship services and meetings either in-person or online via … read more.
Bridging Service & Ceremony. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. This Sunday we mark the journey of youth in our church community into young adulthood. This is known as the Bridging Service, and it is a significant UU rite of passage for those who have reached 18 and/or are graduating from high school this year. Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees’ return from sabbatical this Sunday marks another passage, and she’ll be sharing a slideshow of “What I Did on My Sabbatical.”
Ginny Chudgar, chair of the Social Justice Coordinating Team, is looking for a patient-but-enthusiastic social justice warrior who is comfortable with technology to share with her the administrative and leadership tasks associated with the SJCT until September 2021. If you care a lot about the impact FUUBC can … read more.