Sunday July 29th Schedule

10:30 FORUM: THE UTAH EXPERIENCE

Dana will be leading the discussion forum by showing pictures of her recent trip to Utah with her fellow students and professor.  They camped, volunteered, and did research at The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.  Join us to hear about her experience there, what she learned, and how the trip has impacted her.

11:30 Coffee Hour

Coffee and snacks will follow the service. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations.

Sunday July 22nd Schedule

10:30 SERVICE: REPORT FROM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Valerie Rude will be leading the service and telling us about her recent experience at the UU general assembly.  The UUA website (https://www.uua.org/ga) says that “General Assembly (GA) is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Attendees worship, witness, learn, connect, and make policy for the Association through democratic process. Anyone may attend; congregations must certify annually to send voting delegates.”

11:30 Coffee Hour

Coffee and snacks will follow the service. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations.

Sunday, July 15th Schedule

10:30 SERVICE: THE GREENING OF CHRISTIANITY

Rev. Bruce Johnson, minister of the Duluth UU church, will join us to make up the snow day we missed in April.  Rev. Bruce always has an interesting and thought provoking message for us.  And it’s potluck Sunday on top of that!

Reverend Bruce Johnson will be leading the service and asking the question, “Why do UU’s tend to not use Christian texts to draw inspiration, instruction, and encouragement for environmental activism?”

11:30 POTLUCK

After service we will have our Third Sunday Pot Luck downstairs. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations.

Sunday, July 8th Schedule

BHUU WILL HAVE 10:30 PROGRAMS AND NO 9:15 FORUMS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS

10:30 FORUM: CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Colten will facilitate the forum by beginning with a Ted Talk titled “The Beauty of Conflict” which helps us question our perception and ideas about conflict.  A set of questions will follow to help us view conflict in a more positive light and build skills to proactively resolve conflict in our lives and in the world.

11:30 Coffee Hour

Coffee and snacks will follow the service. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations.

Sunday, June 24th Schedule

BHUU WILL HAVE 10:30 SERVICES AND NO 9:15 FORUMS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS

10:30 SERVICE: Nukewatch

Nukewatch, established in 1979, is an anti-nuclear organization that calls attention to the dangers and politics of nuclear weapons and radioactive wastes.  John La Forge, founder of Nukewatch, will provide critical information on nuclear developments around the world. Questions are welcome!

 

11:30 Coffee Hour

Coffee and snacks will follow the service. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations.

Sunday, June 17th Schedule

SUMMER SCHEDULE BEGINS! BHUU WILL HAVE 10:30 SERVICES AND NO 9:15 FORUMS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS

10:30 SERVICE: THE MEANING OF LIFE

Mark will lead the service with lighting the chalice, reading the 7 UU principles, local announcements, speaking for social action, music and song, and his message and reflection about “The Meaning of Life”

11:30 POTLUCK

After service we will have our Third Sunday Pot Luck downstairs. Join us for a delicious smorgasbord of good food and enlightening conversations

Sunday, June 10th Schedule

ALL DAY EVENT IN MENOMONIE:

On Sunday, June 10, the UW-Stout Alumni Association, the Unitarian Society of Menomonie, and the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts (MTCA) invite you to a celebration of the contributions of Rev. Henry Doty Maxson (1852-1891). Maxson inspired Bertha and Andrew Tainter to create the Mabel Tainter Memorial as a community center as well as a Unitarian Church. He also supported James Huff Stout’s vision of creating education opportunities for all.
We would like as many as possible to drive down to Menomonie to attend their Henry Doty & Ada Maxson Celebration. This is a day-long affair, cosponsored by the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. The formal program starts at 10 am, there are tours of various sites, a lunch for which reservations are needed ($15, call 235-0001), a reception, more tours, and a concert with organ playing at 4pm.  You can see the detailed explanation and program at unitariansocietyofmenomonie.com/wp/maxsoncelebration
For those who do not wish to go to Menomonie, we will have a Soapbox Sunday at BHUU.

Sunday, June 3rd Schedule

9:15 POTLUCK BREAKFAST

Feel free to bring a breakfast dish to pass for the potluck breakfast.

10:00 ANNUAL MEETING

We are having our brief annual meeting which includes electing the new yearly board, looking at the yearly budget for next year, etc.

11:00 SPRING CLEAN UP

We’ll have tasks listed–inside and outside–so bring your favorite rake, shovel, trimmer, work gloves
and, if you think of it, bring along a box or heavy bag to cart away items.

If you would like to plant some seedlings along the railing or in the lower garden, bring them along.

With many hands, the jobs will be taken care of easily and quickly!

 

Sunday, May 27th Schedule

9:15 FORUM: DANCING WITH WATER

Sondra will be leading the forum on a discussion about ‘Dancing With Water”; the new science of water and how incredible water is on a micro level.

10:30 SERVICE: THE GEOMETRY THAT SURROUNDS US

Nadine will be leading the service with reading the 7 UU principles, speaking for social action, local announcements, joys and concerns, music and song, and her message about how geometry makes the world go around in ways we may seldom consider.

11:30 Coffee, tea, snacks, and good company!  We hope you will join us downstairs for a super laid back social time 🙂

Sunday, May 20th Schedule

9:15 TED TALK TIME: THE KEY TO MANIFESTATION

Join us in watching and discussing an eye-opening interview with Gregg Braden as he talks about the relationship between thoughts, emotions, feelings, and how they manifest into our realities.

10:30 SERVICE: WHO ARE WE, REALLY?

Sandra will be leading the service with lighting the chalice, reading the 7 UU principles, local announcements and speaking for social/environmental action, joys and concerns, music and singing from our hymnals, and her message about who we may really be.

11:30 THIRD SUNDAY POTLUCK, ALL INVITED 🙂

Bring some food if you please, otherwise just bring your beautiful self because we appreciate you being here.