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Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting the virtual home of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Brazos Valley in College Station, Texas! We’re a progressive, liberal congregation that has called the Brazos Valley home since 1956.

We are a self-supporting congregation and our congregation's annual financial commitments fund 94% of our operating budget. 

We are currently located at the TAMU Hillel located at 800 George Bush Drive in College Station as we build our new home at

1719 E 29th St, Bryan, TX 77802

Our Mission

 

"With open hearts, open arms and open minds, We seek to make meaning, make connections and make a difference."

Get Involved

 

There are many ways to get involved with our community!

Start by simply coming to a worship service and getting a name tag, later, socialize with friendly people at coffee hour or chow down at a family potluck dinner.  Help us make a difference in our local and wider community through social justice efforts. Become part of one of our active groups and help us move forward!

Religious Education
(All Ages)

Sunday Morning: 10:00 am in the boardroom behind the sanctuary.

Worship Services

 

Sunday Morning: 10:30 am in the sanctuary upstairs sanctuary.

Sunday Evening: Coming Soon!

Coffee Hour @ 11:40am

 

After worship service on Sunday mornings come and mingle with our staff and congregation.  This is a great time to find out more about UUCBV!

Any additional services will be announced promptly.

First-Time Visitors

 

What to expect

The UU Church of the Brazos Valley is a welcoming congregation for all souls. We draw wisdom and inspiration from all sources, and love is our eternal guide. When you arrive, a greeter will meet you at the door and be able guide you in.  Services typically last about an hour. Our service begins with the lighting of the chalice, the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. We sing a wide range of traditional and contemporary songs, and our choir performs on many Sundays throughout the year. There is a special time of sharing that we call “Joys and Sorrows” where all are invited to share the important events in their lives and ask for the thoughts and prayers of this community. After the service, you are invited to stay for coffee and conversation during Coffee Hour.  Please join us so that we can get to know you, and so you can learn more about our congregation.

Attire

Wear whatever you feel like wearing, be comfortable and be you! 

Children should dress comfortably so they can participate in art projects and occasional outdoor activities.
 

Children

Childcare is offered during the service for children ages 4 and below, and we also welcome infants at the service. Children ages 5 and up will stay with parents during the first part of the service up through the Time for All Ages, and then go out to Children’s Religious Education classes for the rest of the service.  You are welcome to join your child’s class if that works best for your family.

News and Announcements

When you arrive for the service, sign in as a visitor to receive news and updates. You can also find us on social media via Twitter, Instagram, and our Facebook Page.

Location and Parking

The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Brazos Valley is temporarily located at the Texas A&M Hillel Center, 800 George Bush Drive, College Station, TX 77840. Parking is available behind the building.

News and Events

UUCBV

800 George Bush Drive

College Station, Texas 77840

Mailing Address:

PO Box 12372 College Station, TX 77842

Email:
admin@brazos-uu.org

Phone: 

979-696-5285

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Meet Our Minister

 

Rev. Donna Renfro began serving UUCBV in September 2018, with an extensive background in directing religious education and a passion for equality, Rev. Donna is a calming and inspiring presence for people of all walks of life.

minister@brazos-uu.org

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