Our humanity comes to its fullest bloom in giving. We become beautiful people when we give whatever we can give: a smile, a handshake, a kiss, an embrace, a word of love, a present, a part of our life...all of our life.

                                                                                                                                                              Henri J.M. Nouwen

 
 

BUCC is a home for people of all ages, races, and faith perspectives, and though we welcome and celebrate our diverse backgrounds, we are committed to supporting one another in our spiritual journeys and sharing in each other’s lives, both our joys and our challenges. We gather on Sunday mornings for worship and then stay for coffee hour. This time of fellowship allows us to have conversations with each other about the service or about our lives, getting to know each other better and welcoming visitors or new members of our community. We also have fun and community building activities like…..

 

Pastoral Care

Pastor Jennifer is available for visits, reflection, consultation, or pastoral counseling. She creates a safe and confidential environment for people to share their lives and thoughts. Contact the office to schedule a pastoral appointment.

 

ADULT EDUCATION

Adult Education meets on Tuesdays at 6pm. The adult education group shares a potluck dinner and chooses topics for discussion. Topics have been as varied as the afterlife, white privilege, church scandals, and Christian history. Everyone is welcome. Contact Cynthia Andrews for more information: cyndia@bctonline.com

 

Women's Fellowship

Women’s fellowship meets on the first Monday of each month, with members taking turns hosting the meeting. The group shares a potluck dinner and discusses church business. The Women’s Fellowship also organizes the lunch during the Spring Church Rummage sale and Fall Bazaar and helps host a number of different church events. Contact any member of women's fellowship for more information. Chair of Women's Fellowship: Norma Barney: lbarney6@comcast.com

 

Sunday School

Sunday School and Child Care- Families gather together in the church for worship, and after a special pastoral message and blessing of children, the children are dismissed to go to child care (1 year-old through Kindergarten) or Sunday School, each with age appropriate lessons and activities, with our very qualified and wonderful Sunday School teachers (including several former school teachers!). Our church also runs a children's summer day camp each year. Please talk with a member of our Board of Christian Education for more information or to sign up for Sunday School.  Chair of the Board of Christian Ed: Chris Ritter chris.ritter51@gmail.com