We enter this new season (from March through May) in the Sankofa cycle by reflecting on what it means to come back to wonder. What does it mean to be open to a visioning of our lives, our work, or communities that isn’t bound up in the rules and the one way, but is open to encountering the holy in the ordinary and otherwise unexpected places? Come, let us worship and be renewed in awe together!

BLUU’s online worship services are Black Sacred Space in their entirety—by and for Black people, with the words and voices of Black folks across the diaspora—and we hope that Black UUs and Black UU-adjacent folks (who share our values) from far and wide will join us!

For our non-Black siblings in faith, please DO share this invitation with Black folks in your life and community. Getting the word out about BLUU’s gatherings and other programming is one powerful way of lending your support, and we deeply appreciate it!

For all of our services, feel free to come into our BLUU Zoom Room as early as 15 minutes before the start of the service to get settled, say, “Hello” to the folks who are already gathering, and listen to the music softly playing as we all prepare for our time together.

Sign up for worship https://bit.ly/3wYfnjb. Dates and times are provided upon registration.