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Travel Bugs

Virtual Meeting Room

Monthly Travel Bugs presentation. Meeting ID: 822 9201 1610 Passcode: chalice Virtual Presentation: https://bit.ly/37K25cf  

“Opening to Joy” via Virtual Sanctuary

Virtual Sanctuary

Rev. Sara LaWall & Patricia Heeb Sometimes we spend so much energy chasing extraordinary moments of joy by the time we find it, we’re exhausted and it’s lost its shine. Opening to Joy invites more stillness so we can both receive the tiny less obvious moments and share our inner joy with those around us. … Continued

Social Justice Resolution Feedback Session

Virtual Sanctuary

You are invited to participate. The Social Justice Council has written and put forth one Social Justice Resolution this year for feedback and vote of the congregation. Social Justice Resolutions are the way in which our congregation can make public statements in the name of the Fellowship on social justice or other public issues. The … Continued

Inquirers Session

Virtual Meeting Room

The Inquirers Series is a new program designed to welcome newcomers into our congregation. Five topics are covered, one per session, and the sessions are cycled throughout the year. Participants are welcome to join at any time, and all are welcome! The sessions are led by lay leaders in our congregation and are coordinated by lay … Continued

Sandstrom Mtg

Balazs Room

In person in Balazs Room

Recurring

Monday Meditation

Virtual Meeting Room

Start your week off with this Monday Morning Meditation lead by BUUF members. Meeting ID: 874 750 248 Passcode: chalice Virtual Meditation: https://bit.ly/37VcZxz

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Interiors Committee

Virtual Meeting Room

Interiors Committee monthly meeting Meeting ID: 843 4795 5668 Passcode: chalice Virtual Meeting: https://bit.ly/3ozLsae  

Race In Focus: “The Urban Indian Relocation Program”

Virtual Meeting Room

The topic for this month’s “Race in Focus” is the Urban Indian Relocation Program, a little-known US federal program beginning in 1953 that encouraged American Indians to leave their homelands and relocate to urban areas throughout the US, where they were to receive housing and employment support from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). Video … Continued