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 Music Director Position Available

 Our present Music Director has resigned (see Music Service May 31).

Details on the search for a replacment are available at this link:

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Upcoming Events

March 28, 2015 - 10:00am

 Red Stick Pagan Kids offers an opportunity for Pagan families to get together in celebration and community. It is a place for families who are interested in raising their children in the spiritual teachings of Earth Centered traditions, the 7th of our Unitarian Universalist sources. The program is primarily focused on the 8 Pagan Sabbats. During their time together, the children participate in a sabbat ritual, work on a craft or a service project related to the sabbat, and simply have a chance to play together. The program will begin at the Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge on Saturday, March 28, 10am, for Ostara Sabbat. If your family is interested in participating in Red Stick Pagan Kids, please contact Julie Richard, Program Director, at jrichard685.yahoo.com, or Rev. Beth Williams, DRE, Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge, education@unitarianchurchbr.com.

Upcoming Services

March 29, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 What do Palm Sunday and the holiday of Passover have to do with Unitarian Universalists?  What are some of the hidden meanings of ancient texts that deserve the light of day and a free application of open-mindedness? The choir offers I Will Sing with the Spirit by John Rutter. 

April 2, 2015 - 7:00pm; 7:00 pm

Tenebrae Service  - A reflective service set aside to recognize the death of Jesus. In the sanctuary, a communion, a hymn, and a homily are offered. 

April 5, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 Bring one flower with you to place in the baskets in the church lobby.  We distribute flowers at the close of the services, each of us taking a different flower home with us. An Easter Egg Hunt is planned for our younger children. A string ensemble and choir are part of the festivities.

April 12, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 Let’s compare some new and young ideals with some old philosophies.  The Senior Youth engage us in worship, celebrating life, death, and the pursuit of happiness.

April 19, 2015 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

As a further exploration of our annual theme, Wholly Unitarian Universalist, TheReverend Nathan Ryan will lead services asking the question of UU identity and leadership style. The choir shares an upbeat anthem from mid 19th century American repertoire.