Fellowship Groups

Our fellowship groups are open to all. Zoom links for virtual-only or multiplatform meetings can be found on our calendar.


Sunday Discussion Group
Sundays 3:00-4:30 pm
Virtual

The Sunday Discussion Group meets virtually every Sunday afternoon. Each week the discussion topic is determined by majority vote from topics anyone can nominate. Occasionally, the group discusses books on important, timely topics. We light a candle at our meetings, symbolizing the light of experiences, opinions, and perspectives. We’re also developing friendships to strengthen our community.
Contact: Mary Samal


Living by Heart
Mondays 1:30-3:30 pm
Virtual

Living by Heart gathers virtually every Monday for two hours to write, do art, and read and write poetry. We are open to all genders and abilities. Group founder Penny Hackett-Evans gave this definition of Living by Heart: “Living by Heart is trying to consistently identify and then live by a path that is closest to one’s heart, finding joy in creativity and community in which to share what is close to your heart.”
Contact: Karen Schreck


Humanists of BUC

The Humanists of BUC explores humanism as part of the UU faith. They meet monthly eight to nine times a year. The group’s programs are guided by the Humanist Manifesto III: “Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without super-naturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.”
Contact: Larry Larson


Sharing Dinners
Second Saturday of the month from October-May

Sharing Dinners are potluck-style dinners held in congregants’ homes on the second Saturday of the month from October through May (with a break in December). Groups are randomly assembled from participants who sign up each month and are assigned to hosts who sign up each month. Once assembled, groups communicate directly on scheduling and menu planning. Sharing Dinners brings BUC members, friends, and newcomers together in a relaxed environment to get to know one another better and build community.
Contact: David Sabbagh