CommUUnicate

Updated: Apr 7


There are so many activities, changes, opportunities, and “who knows what else” happening at the church, sometimes it is difficult for our members, friends, and visitors to know the “right” person to talk with or the process for sharing what’s on your mind. When you have questions, comments, feedback, ideas, or suggestions, do you know how to make them known? Do you wonder if your comments go into a “black hole” never to resurface again?

The Committee on Ministry (CoM)* is offering an additional conduit for you to ask your questions, provide your feedback, share your ideas, express your compliments, make suggestions, etc. honestly, directly, and respectfully in the spirit of our covenantal faith community. Visit with CoM members on Sunday mornings during coffee hour after worship. We will make sure you are heard and understood – and then we will make sure someone on staff or in leadership provides a response directly to you. Of course, you can speak with us at any time – but on Sunday mornings, we will make it easier for you! So, come chat with us!

This new conduit is only one of many within our congregation. When you know the appropriate staff person, board member, or committee/team leader to speak with, you are always welcome to communicate directly with them. But should you find yourself in the dark, the Committee on Ministry (CoM) is offering you this path for you to share your input.

Gaye Webb, Chair, bgwebb08@gmail.com

John Ivy, Member, johnivy@suddenlink.net

Joyce Langenegger, Member, jalhouston@aol.com

*The Committee on Ministry (COM) assesses and supports the institutional health and safety of the congregation (per UUCBV bylaws, Article XI, paragraph 1).

Contact Us

Mailing Address:

PO Box 12372

College Station, TX 77842

 

979-696-5285

Email:
admin@brazos-uu.org

minister@brazos-uu.org

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Meet Our Minister

The Rev. Christian Schmidt is our interim minister, and first became a Unitarian Universalist in this congregation where he was an active member from 2006-2009. He has since served congregations in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and California. His interests include his family (including four little boys he and his wife are raising), sports, and theology.


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