Coping with COVID

Who let the Minister of Music back in the organ?! Jonathan Castillo found his way back and has some more information about the organ in the sanctuary. Take a look inside the Pedal and Great divisions!

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Coping with COVID: History

On Sunday, September 27, 2020, UBC will celebrate our 112th birthday. In this time of pandemic, it’s not feasible to have the usual cake & punch fellowship in the back of the sanctuary. Instead, we’ll be celebrating with a UBC story emailed each day. So, grab a piece of cake, cookie...

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Coping with COVID: Poetry

On Sunday, September 13, 2020, Rev. Amelia Fulbright began her sermon with a poem. We thought we would include it in today’s Coping with COVID. Please enjoy. Breathing Under Water by Jared Mackey I built my house by the sea. Not on the sands, mind you; not on the shifting...

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Coping with COVID: Thanks!

For today’s Coping with COVID message, the Benevolence Team would like to share the thank yous they’ve received for the financial help the church has given. Beverly Gavenda says, “Not everyone we’ve helped has sent a thank you, but those that did, the thanks belongs to the whole church. We...

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Coping with COVID: Story

As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in March, Paul Taylor launched a collaborative writing project that was inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron. Boccaccio wrote his collection of one hundred stories in response to the devastation caused by the Black Death sweeping across Europe during the fourteenth century. The following poem...

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Coping with COVID: Story

As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in March, Paul Taylor launched a collaborative writing project that was inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron. Boccaccio wrote his collection of one hundred stories in response to the devastation caused by the Black Death sweeping across Europe during the fourteenth century. The following story was...

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Coping with COVID: Story

As the COVID-19 pandemic intensified in March, Paul Taylor launched a collaborative writing project that was inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron. Boccaccio wrote his collection of one hundred stories in response to the devastation caused by the Black Death sweeping across Europe during the fourteenth century. The following story was...

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