wheelchair30x30TLoop no text30The Fellowship Hall (1924 Cedar St) is accessible by a ramp on the Bonita Avenue side of the Hall, and has a T-Loop system to enhance audio for those with hearing aids.

Upcoming Worship Services

BFUU Fellowship Hall 1924 Cedar Street
(at the corner of Cedar St. and Bonita Ave.)
all services are on Sundays from 10:30 AM to around noon, unless otherwise noted

417px The Tortoise and the Hare Project Gutenberg etext 19994September 15: “Be, Do, Have” In the Time of the Great Warming
Rev. Marsh Agobert (he/him), Worship Leader
Some processes must be undertaken in the correct order to work effectively. This is true for realizing our deepest convictions. What slows down our ability to make the necessary and timely adjustment in our rapidly changing environment? Could it be that we are doing it backward? Like the great Taoist and Buddhist warriors perhaps we should slow down and get this done faster.
A minor adjustment yields a better result.
Marsh Agobert is an ordained Unitarian-Universalist cleric who ministered to the First Unitarian Church of Oakland in the 70s and 80s. He has long practiced psychotherapeutic treatment and has successfully worked with individuals, couples, families and the actively psychotic. Marsh is an experienced management consultant (he prefers small and mid-sized businesses) and a life coach, which well utilizes his broad background. Marsh has extended experience in several spiritual practices including martial arts, and other yogas.
pexels photo 160558freedownloadSeptember 22: Waters of the World
Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles (she/her), Worship Leader
As we come together to celebrate our Water Communion, Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles considers the profound changes in all the waters of Planet Earth and the consequences for all life.
Rev. Dr. Carrie Knowles describes herself as a recovering psychologist and recovering attorney, who graduated from Starr King in 2011 and was ordained to UU ministry in 2013. Along with preaching at Bay Area churches as a guest speaker, she is active with the Rossmoor Interfaith Council and also writes poetry and short stories.
kidsplantingbyAshleySprattUSFWSSeptember 29: Hunt, Gather, Grow
Rev. Leela Sinha (ze/zir), Guest Worship Leader
What do you need? What are you good at getting? What are you good at creating? And where do you seek help? In these most tippy of pivotal times, the one thing we can’t do is do it alone.
Rev. Leela Sinha is a proud (and out) Unitarian Universalist minister with a theology of pleasure based in a pragmatic lifetime of loving and wrestling with our faith. Ze embraces big personalities and wild ideas in zir ministry, which centers on leadership development that emerges from identity, values, integrity...and pleasure. Rev. Sinha is the founder of The Intensives Institute and is the author of You're Not Too Much: Intensive Lives in an Expansive World. Ze lives in the East Bay with a housemate and her pitbull, and works throughout the Bay Area.