Featured Church Community Events
Autumn Gold—UUCLB's Service Auction Saturday, November 15, 2014 — SERVICE AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014 Fund Raising UU Style Our congregation’s largest fund raiser is our Service Auction. This annual...
Town Hall Council- Thursday, Nov 20, 2014 7:00 in Wylder Hall Join with members and friends to talk about possible new projects, and find out what others in the church are doing. To place an item on the agenda contact...
Fair Trade Faire Sunday, December 7, between and after services — Stop! Don’t shop til you drop! — Forget about the day after Thanksgiving! — Consider alternative shopping and wait until December...
Religious Education Registration
RE Registration Children and youth from every family participating in and attending our co-operative RE program must register Registration has two parts: Completion of online registration forms and...
- Sunday, October 26, 2014 -- 9 and 11 am
"Remembering and Celebrating Our Beloved"
Day of the Dead -- El Dia de los Muertos
This colorful and joyous holiday, originally from Mexico, is a time to honor and remember with happy hearts our loved ones who have died. The center of the celebration is the ofrenda/altar, which is a festive and cheerful creation which can include offering of foods, personal items and photos of our beloved ones. Please bring a small photo of any loved ones you would like to remember to place on the ofrenda/altar on the day of this special intergenerational service.
Worship Leader: Kathryn Forrest
- Sunday, November 2, 2014 -- 9 and 11 am
"Surviving the Worst-Case Scenario"
In anticipation and in struggle we can be overwhelmed by imagining the worst case possible. Yet, what we do when the worst case happens can directly and subtly define our lives. Today we explore a range of worst case scenarios and how we can thrive in the aftermath with both memory and hope.
Worship Leader: Reverend Mitra Rahnema; Worship Associate: Barbara Atlas
- Sunday, November 9, 2014 --9 and 11 am
"Faithful Freedom, Responsible Choice"
The stories of faith and the freedom to choose create a colorful and complex picture. The range of emotions and experiences they express help us to see why it is still extremely important to protect the rights of all women regarding Reproductive Justice.
Worship Leader: Reverend Lee Marie Sanchez