Rev. Amy Moses-Lagos, BBUUC Minister, presents
“As Tranquil Streams”
With Caitlin Regan as Worship Associate
In 1961, the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America merged to become the Unitarian Universalist Association that has continued to the present day. Each tradition had its own rich history and theology. Unitarians and Universalists had to give up some of their own unique identity in order to create something new. They entered a period of uncertainty and unknowing, embracing the possibility of a future in which liberal religion thrived. This service will explore the lessons we can learn from this time in our faith’s history.
During this time of social distancing, when in-person worship has been suspended, BBUUC will continue our weekly worship in video format that you can find on YouTube each Sunday morning at the “BBUUC Video” channel. Simply subscribe to the channel on YouTube, and watch our weekly worship services, modified for video viewing until we can resume gathering together for worship in our church sanctuary. The worship videos will remain on the site for viewing at your convenience. New services are posted at 6 A.M. on Sunday mornings.
We invite you to submit your Joys and Concerns via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday at noon of each week for inclusion in the upcoming Sunday’s worship service. Please note “J&C” in the subject line. For your privacy, we will share our Joys and Concerns using first names and last initials only.