COVID-19 Update: Please join us for worship online via Zoom. The congregation meets on Sundays at 10:30 AM. To attend service online, email UUNB135@gmail.com and request to be added to our Sunday Service email list. You can also watch previous services at the UUNB Youtube channel and connect with others in Small Group Ministry.

Welcome! Our Sunday Service is from 10:30 to 11:30 am and is followed by Coffee and Conversation, a time to mingle with members, friends, and visitors. Our services usually include music, readings, reflections, and a sermon. Our minister leads roughly one-quarter of our services and the rest are hosted by members of the congregation or an invited speaker. More details can be found below in our service descriptions. Our building is wheelchair-accessible. Please let our greeter know if you require a hearing device or a large-print hymnal.

Sunday Service

Our children’s Religious Education program begins shortly after the Sunday Service begins, with kids starting in the Gathering Room with adults and exiting to their RE classes after a story for all ages.  Class ends at 11:40am to give parents a few minutes to enjoy meeting others.  Childcare is provided for infants through age four.  School age RE is for ages 5 and up, wih youth more than welcome to join us.  

Upcoming Sunday Services

  • “Humanizing Mothers” – Rev. Addae Kraba
    May 9th, 2021 10:30:am
    Mothers like to be appreciated, and on Mother’s Day one expects to hear about the wonder and glory of motherhood. But parenting is a down-to-earth process, and it’s not always easy.
  • “Coming of Age” – Jessica Blasingame-Acox, DRE and Rev. Addae Kraba
    May 16th, 2021 10:30:am
    After taking this school year to work on what shapes their personal beliefs and who they are in the world, our two Coming of Age participants, Jetta and Eileen, will bravely share their credo statements to the congregation in this first ever Coming of Age program at UUNB. ‘Coming of Age’ is a Unitarian Universalist program in which a congregation fosters the transition of its children into youth and typically marks the individual’s transition from the younger religious education programs. Rev. Addae will also address the girls during this service. Please come out and support all their hard work!
  • Subject TBA – Rev. Chuck Freeman, Texas UU Justice Ministry
    May 23rd, 2021 10:30:am
  • “The Battle for Voting Rights” – Bruce Carpenter
    May 30th, 2021 10:30:am
    The Right to Vote was not secured as one of our fundamental rights in the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. Despite repeated attempts to amend the Constitution and pass legislation to secure this important right for every American citizen, many remain disenfranchised. Voting Rights have been and continue to be denied to many, primarily those under-represented and deprived of political power. Today state legislatures continue to propose and pass legislation intended to suppress voting turnout. These voter suppression efforts target the same population groups who have fought and died for the right to vote for over two centuries. Understanding the history of the Voting Rights struggle in the U.S. helps to put the current suppression efforts in sharper focus. Understanding the previous struggles, advances, and rollbacks helps to bring clarity to who is most endangered by present voter suppression efforts.

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