Breathing Through

Due to COVID-19 measuresall in-person services held at our fellowship have been cancelled until further notice.

Instead—and for the duration of the COVID-19 quarantine—Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy and our friends at Fox Valley UU are providing streaming digital “Fellowship Connections @ A Distance” Sunday Services via Zoom … read more.

Fellowship Connections @ A Distance

Due to COVID-19 measures, all in-person services held at our fellowship have been cancelled until further notice.

Instead—and for the duration of the COVID-19 quarantine—Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy and our friends at Fox Valley UU are providing streaming digital “Fellowship Connections @ A Distance” Sunday Services via … read more.

Fellowship Connections @ A Distance

Due to COVID-19 measuresall in-person services held at our fellowship have been cancelled until further notice.

Instead—and for the duration of the COVID-19 quarantine—Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy and our friends at Fox Valley UU are providing streaming digital “Fellowship Connections @ A Distance” Sunday Services via Zoom … read more.

TBD

Rev. Jim Coakley shares the morning message through Fox Valley UU. This is the last service we are asking our fellowship to join as we look ahead to provide our own programming beginning August 9.

Thank you to the FVUUF for the months of providing … read more.

Annual Poetry Sunday

For GBAUUF’s first Sunday back together, we’ve tapped some of our resident poets and resident readers to share their poems of hope, perseverance, and community with you.

Join us via Zoom.

Mental Health Awareness

As instances of mental illness increase, so too does awareness. Recognition and education are important to removing the stigma that is often associated with mental health concerns. Mental Health Advocacy not only helps people realize the many ways in which mental illness touches their own … read more.

TBD

Join us for a virtual GBAUUF service.

Mingling of the Waters

Join us this Sunday, the weekend BEFORE Labor Day this year, for our annual Mingling of the Waters service. Will we have even been able to travel to summer destinations this year? Or will our waters be from more local sources, like a rain barrel … read more.

Labor Day Weekend: No Service

Unitarian Universalists have had a tradition of taking summers off altogether. One of the theories of why traces back to Harvard. 

Unitarianism has long appealed to freethinkers and intellectuals, including many college professors. In the United States, Unitarianism really took off after 1805, when Harvard first … read more.

TBD

Our first Sunday with Rev. Jim Coakley as we officially join in worship under the leadership of our new minister. Jim will be presenting the morning message, followed by breakout times unique to our congregation.

Service will include a time to share announcements, Joys and … read more.

Who Killed Jesus of Nazareth?

For two millennia, Christians have been told that the Jewish leaders and people have been responsible for the death of Jesus of Nazareth. The evidence for this belief comes primarily from the four Gospels of the Bible.  After the Jewish Holocaust occurred during World War II, there … read more.

April Fools! A UU Humor Service.

Laughter is an affirmation of our humanness, a face-saving way to express our anxieties, fears, and other hidden emotions. It breaks the ice, builds trust, and draws us together into a common state of well-being. On this first Sunday in April, we’ll explore what it … read more.

Earth Day

Join us as we celebrate Earth Day in our own UU way! Earth Day is an annual event begun in 1970 to bring attention to our planet’s natural resources and raise public awareness about pollution (and later, climate change). Wisconsin’s own Senator Gaylord Nelson kick-started … read more.

Public Libraries: Gateway to the World

In celebration of National Library Week, Damian will explore the value of libraries in society.  Drawing on personal insights from his family’s history (both his maternal grandmother and mother were librarians), his own experiences, and other research, Damian will provide his thoughts on how libraries … read more.