- Univoice Weekly February 3, 2023
UU Singer songwriter Andrew McKnight visits UU Berks to bring us his musical message.
- Univoice Weekly January 27, 2023
This week we will be exploring The Wider UU World and its History as we build on the understanding of UU Berks’ history.
- Univoice Weekly January 20, 2023
This week we will examine the long and distinguished history of this congregation. Part of the work of the interim time is to know and claim our history, so let us delve into this task with curiosity.
- Univoice Weekly January 13, 2023
Join us for our celebration of the life of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Amy will reflect on the work of following his dream until it is realized.
- Univoice Weekly January 6, 2023
It’s been a rough few years, and it would be reasonable to face 2023 with some trepidation. But we were made for this. Let us find and nourish our balance point — our quiet, glowing center — and from there, welcome this new year.
- Univoice Weekly December 30, 2022
We are ushering in the New Year with rest and rejuvenation, and we invite you to do the same. Please click on the links below to enjoy a soulfully selected musical playlist. We hope you enjoy it and Happy New Year from FUUBC .
- Univoice Weekly December 23, 2022
Many UU ministers put together a service for our congregations to enjoy this morning. This special service will be pre-recorded and not bound by schedule, available to view any time here.
- Univoice Weekly December 16, 2022
If you’d like to come dressed as your favorite character from around that manger, please do so. We will also be offering head adornments which help you to determine which “part” you will play in this No-Rehearse Pageant for all ages.
- Univoice Weekly December 9, 2022
The end of the calendar year brings not only the multi-holiday season, but also the tax year’s end. Charitable giving, as well as ethical shopping for all of those gifts for our beloveds, are on many people’s minds. How do we practice our values when it comes to our finances?
- Univoice Weekly December 2, 2022
Think about a time when making a new friend meant that something changed in your outlook, or your schedule, or a habit or two, simply because of this one person’s presence. When we widen our circle at church, as in our lives, we are open to all the scary new changes, and the unexpected joys.