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The Noonday Demon

The “Noonday Demon” is how some early Christian commentators described the deadly sin of “sloth” or “acedia”. On the first Sunday of the summer season Rev. Dr. Michael Schuler will be discussing the conflicting roles of work and leisure – down time – in our … read more.

Delight Your Spirit This Summer

Summer’s slower pace offers opportunities to experience things we often can’t find time for during the rest of the year. Unitarian Universalists have always been known to pursue personal summertime spiritual delights because historically many of our congregations took the summer off. Even though we … read more.

Flower Communion

Join us for our annual Flower Communion, a uniquely UU ritual originally created by Unitarian minister Norbert Čapek in 1923 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. It is a celebration of beauty, diversity, and community. Participants are invited to bring a flower, and during the ceremony, choose one … read more.

A Tribute to Mom

Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation in 1914, designating the 2nd Sunday in May as a national holiday to honor mothers in the U.S. We all honor our mothers in our own way, and as there are as many of us, there are as many memories … read more.

We Are a People of Creativity

Unitarian Universalists are by nature independent thinkers, seekers of new ideas, and grounded in what some would call “romantic” optimism. Our positive creativity seeks to balance the negativity we often find in our broken world. We have reason to be proud.

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5th Sunday Concert and Potluck

Recorders by the Bay is an amateur recorder ensemble formed in 1998.  Members rehearse at GBAUUF on Sunday afternoons, and currently include four people from the Fellowship.  The group plays music from medieval to modern times on five sizes of recorder, with the addition of … read more.