Welcome to CUUB!

Welcome to Community Unitarian Universalists in Brighton (CUUB). With a deep commitment to social justice and the free and responsible search for truth and meaning, we come together as a congregation to support each other in our spiritual journeys. Whatever your age, race, or sexual orientation, you are welcome here.

Join Us!

Our services are held on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. You are invited to stay after the service for coffee and conversation. We are located at 3333 S. Old US 23 in Brighton, Michigan. Dress is casual, and children are welcome. We provide childcare for infants and toddlers as well as spiritual exploration classes for preschoolers and school-aged children, including teens.

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Upcoming Sunday Services at 10:30am

Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 25th, 2018
CUUB will be hosting our annual Christmas Potluck brunch and carols. This year we will be inviting our neighbors in need of housing and food to join us, so please come and bring a dish to share at 10am. There will be no Christmas Eve Service at CUUB this year. St. Paul's will be holding a midnight candlelight service, and the Ann Arbor UU church has several services on Christmas Eve.

The Holy Lives On

Sunday, December 30th, 2018
Karen Sanderson
As we come to the end of the year, we often pause and reflect on what has transpired durning the current year; deciding what to take forward with us and what to leave behind. "A Course in Miracles" offers a systematic approach to letting go of the world's thought system based on fear: It offers a psychologically sophisticated spiritual thought system based on love. According to the "Course" Jesus of Nazareth was one who himself gave birth to the "Christ" within himself. The Dec 30th service "The Holy Lives on" offers the belief that each of us has the same potential. It is not difficult; perhaps just different, outside our current realm of thoughts. Letting go of our thought system based on fear (including those of wounds and grievances) is the first step; then making room for the holy to come forth within you: The Holy Lives on! Come see if that may work for you.

Experiencing Possibility

Sunday, January 6th, 2019
Rev. Julie Brock
Of all our topics this year, possibility is arguably most central to our faith. It has distinguished Unitarian Universalists from the start. Historically, when others saw depravity and sin at the core of human identity, we saw potential--sometimes with hardly any boundaries. When many were preaching that this world was fallen, and we should look instead to the hope of an afterlife, we found ourselves falling in love with the possibility of heaven on earth.

Where are we still a people of possibility? Where does our theology find hope and expect justice? And what will it take for us to live into the world we dream about?

Atheism and Humanism - What is possible when we don't have to believe.

Sunday, January 13th, 2019
Rev. Julie Brock
Hitchens, Dawkins, Dietrich, oh my! There was a time in history of humanity when the concept of Atheism would have been impossible. Humans beings understood themselves and their lives in the context of religious teaching, which included life after this one. In the last 150 years, the concept of life beyond those teachings became a possibility. Come to church to hear the story of church being de-centered from human life, and how atheism and humanism have impacted our lives and culture. Hint: Atheism and Humanism are not interchangeable!

Ethical Community Development, What is possible when we care.

Sunday, January 20th, 2019
Gary Wozniak
Detroit is being developed, and if you read the newspapers, it's great for everyone. Many longtime Detroiters, however, are struggling to make ends meet in the neighborhoods, while most of the development benefits go to downtown business. So what's the solution? Don't we want investment in our central city? The answer is, we want ethical investment that takes the longtime residents in mind when changing their home. Gary Wozniack, founder of Recovery Park, has started a business/nonprofit partnership that is good for the environment, good for the economy, and good for Detroit. Come hear about his amazing journey to start and run recovery park. For more information visit: http://www.recoverypark.org/about-us
3333 S. Old US 23 · Brighton, MI 48114 · 810-225-CUUB
Worship Services Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
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