Creative Conversations

Wednesday, April 11
7:00 – 9:00 pm

Please join us at BUUF on Wednesday, April 11, from 7-9 PM for our monthly Creative Conversations. This month we return to one of Krista Tippett’s On Being podcasts titled Strong Back, Soft Front, Wild Heart. “When we’re our best selves with each other, I don’t think that’s what’s possible between people; I believe that’s what’s true between people.” A wise thinker and writer, …

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BUUF Cabaret and Pledge Celebration Potluck & Fundraiser

Saturday, April 14
6:00 pm

Ready your songs, stories, jokes, poems, or other talent, and join the Cabaret line-up at Berrien UU’s annual Cabaret and Pledge Celebration.  Share a potluck dinner and enjoy home grown entertainment. This year’s Cabaret will be a Music …

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BUUF Board Meeting

Sunday, April 15
8:30 am

The business, property, and affairs of the fellowship are managed by the board of trustees. The board has five trustees elected by members at the Annual Meeting (one seat is currently vacant) and holding office for two years. The board sets long-term policies and makes sure the fellowship is on a path to fulfill its mission. Board meetings are held monthly (see the calendar for dates). Fellowship members and friends are welcome to attend the meetings and encouraged to read the board meeting minutes.

From top left clockwise: Katharine Lion (Secretary), Lisa Fuller (President), Ellen Higdon (Treasurer), Harvey Johnson (Trustee)

Yield onto Caesar what is Caesar’s: UU’s, Taxes, and Our Mother the Earth

Sunday, April 15
10:30 am

This Sunday, April 15th, we are going to celebrate Earth Day.  Rev. Jim McConnell will present a message titled: “Yield onto Caesar what is Caesar’s: UU’s, Taxes, and Our Mother the Earth.”  The theme of the service is learning how to align our essential being (our souls) with the soul of our planet.

Tracie Crenshaw and Deej Liggett will be our readers, Tom Hackley will have the Story for All Ages, Gretchen Ohmann will lead us in some special music, and Harvey Johnson will sit in the Poet’s Corner.

See you Sunday.