Great job to our Social Justice Committee, seen here presenting computers to Family Promise Board Members and Executive Director Bethany Bower. The Social Justice Committee donated 2 flat screen monitors and 4 desktop computers that to be utilized by Family promise staff and families.
Month: September 2021
Historically, when others were preaching about a sinful world, our Unitarian Universalist religion saw potential. How about you? Are you trusting what’s possible and remaining hopeful and vulnerable?
Join us on Monday October 4th, @ 7:00pm for a time of reflection and letting go as we move into the autumn season. Contact Nadine Smet-Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-333-4015) for further information or to receive the zoom link for these gatherings.
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From Sandra’s Study, October 2021
What is it that gives you the power
to make that change, to ask that question?
What is it that says you have done well,
that brings you to stillness, that holds you up in hard times?
It is relationship, the beating heart of our … read more.
Your worship team is looking for a few Sunday morning volunteers to manage the sound board and cameras, set up mics, and handle other related tasks. There will be opportunities to shadow a worship tech and get training. We encourage anyone who may be interested … read more.
Sunday, October 24, 11:30 am-12:15 pm
We are offering this time for people who are new to UU Berks and would like to spend time with our minister, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees, in a small-group environment. The conversation will be an opportunity to learn more about … read more.
We all make mistakes, and when we do, it can seem like things will never be repaired. We might imagine we’ll always feel bad and people won’t trust us again. Join us this morning as we explore the complexities of saying “I’m sorry” and how apologies can offer us the possibility of beginning again. Our worship service will be held virtually by zoom.
September 25 at 6 PM
Please join us live for a peaceful time of contemplative reflection in the sanctuary on, accompanied by the acoustic music of one of our talented musicians.
We will keep safety in mind by limiting our capacity to 20 people. Vaccination is required … read more.
Ingathering and UU Water Communion. Ebee Bromley, Rev. Dr. Sandra Fees. Water connects us as a community and as human beings no matter where we are. This morning we celebrate our connection with the Unitarian Universalist Water Communion, in which we gather water into a common bowl as we reflect on what we are thirsting for – for ourselves and our world.