BCCUCC News

BCCUCC Celebrates Open Doors Sunday!

BCCUCC Celebrates Open Doors Sunday!

This past Sunday we welcomed a nearly full (within COVID guidelines) sanctuary. It was amazing to see so many folks whom we haven't seen in over 19 months! It was a beautiful day and a beautiful service. Below is a cute video we used to kick off our worship service. To catch the whole service head over to our Livestream page! https://www.facebook.com/watch?v=180874644095962  

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Help for Haiti

Help for Haiti

The Haiti Task Force from the Southern New England Conference, UCC, has started up a GoFundMe page for relief for the people of Haiti following the devastating earthquake that stuck the island  on Saturday. This small nation has faced challenge after challenge for decades. Between regular natural disasters and ongoing political strife these resilient folks need all the support we can offer! https://gofund.me/db948e2f

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The Latest on Our COVID Precautions

The Latest on Our COVID Precautions

Check out the latest on our COVID-19 precautions. (August 2021) Please note that ‘all visitors’ referred to in the first bullet point for the education building requirements means both church people as well as those from outside groups using the building. Looking forward to the fall, 2021, these are the recommendations from the Moving Forward Team. (Approved by Church Council with amendments in italics 8/12/21) These recommendations are made for the purpose of planning ahead, with full...

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In-person Outdoor Worship (5/30)

In-person Outdoor Worship (5/30)

We are excited to announce our first full in-person worship service for Sunday, May 30th. This service will take place at 10 am along the river walk (behind the Education Building) and will be in lieu of our virtual service. We will only have one service on that day.   Please be advised of the following requirements for all attendees based on the latest CDC guidelines: All attendees are required to visit the welcome table upon arrival in order to sign in. Hand sanitizer will also be available....

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BCCUCC COVID Commemoration Tile Project (UPDATED AGAIN)

BCCUCC COVID Commemoration Tile Project (UPDATED AGAIN)

Our congregation is working to come together through ART! Create a personalized tile to hang at church as a way to remember this time apart during the pandemic. Someone from the project group will be reaching out to you to arrange your participation. We are using contactless drop-off/pick-up methods arranged personally with each family.  The materials are also sanitized between use. It is our sincere hope to have EVERYONE in the congregation participate. As we expect this project to take...

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Major news for BCCUCC worship!

Major news for BCCUCC worship!

News Item #1 It has been a long haul and we have endured much. However, today we are announcing our plan to move to multi-platform worship on June 27. This date is still only a target date, but it is one we believe we can achieve. What does this mean? It means that if all goes according to plan, we will be hosting worship in-person AND online beginning June 27th. This service will take place at our usual summer worship time of 9:30. It will be held in the sanctuary following the then-current...

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‘BCCUCC and the Climate Crisis’ Meeting

‘BCCUCC and the Climate Crisis’ Meeting

The Climate Church, Climate World book study group have decided to have a joint meeting with the Mission and Justice Team on Wednesday, April 14th at 7 pm on Zoom to discuss further actions to address the climate crisis. The meeting is open to anyone else who is interested in joining them. Contact Helen Schall at [email protected] for the necessary zoom information to join.

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New Sermon Series Starting After Easter

New Sermon Series Starting After Easter

Be sure to join us for worship following Easter when Dale and Linda share a five-week sermon series on “Life of the Early Church: and what it means for us today”. Each Sunday for 5 weeks beginning April 11th, they will explore a different aspect of life for the early Christians and how it can inform our ministry today. They will explore such topics as Evangelism, Building Community, Inclusion, Growing Tensions, and the Role of Women. It’s amazing how much has changed and how much stays the...

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