Sunday, November 11th Schedule

Forum at the BHUU Sunday morning @ 9:15 will bring Judith Barisonzi front & center to lead us in considering our mission of being respectful of all points of view as we encourage the interchange of ideas within our forums themselves, and develop a broader understanding of U-U principles.

We’re honored to welcome guest speaker, the Rev Suzanne Wasilczuk, serving the Unitarian Universalist faith in Ontario, Minnesota & Wisconsin, to conduct our service.  Her sermon “Religion in Five and Af Half Objects”, reflects on the ideas of author S. Brent Plate, as he describes his concept of what comprises religious history.  Rev Plate considers that religion does not have to consist of beliefs or dogmas, but instead may be comprised of tangible links to a variety of values, an embodied faith, symbolic of our deeper needs.   Sounds like a perfect UU morning to me!

Yeats Quote over flowers
“The world is full of magic things patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” – WB Yeats