Author: L Hartman

Branches Leaders Retreat

April 17, 2021, 2-3:30 pm

Join us for this special retreat for current and prospective Branches leaders. We will be joined by special facilitators Lillian Drab-Braddick and Tyler Coles of the UUA’s Southern Region leadership team.

We will meet on Zoom. Please register using the form below … read more.

Spring Rhythm Retreat

Saturday, February 20, 10-11:30 am

We are excited to have a virtual rhythm retreat this spring! This year, we will have a special guest with us. UU musician and percussionist Matt Meyer will be joining us for a 90 minute workshop just for UCBR. If you’d … read more.

Covid Memorial Project

Photo credit: Lindsey Wesley

For over a year, the Covid-19 pandemic and its many implications have been ever-present in our minds. As a community we want to acknowledge the lives that have been lost during this time due to the virus. Similar to the stones ritual … read more.

Christmas Tree Decorating Watch Party

Tuesday, December 1 at 9:30 am

Church staff will be decorating our fabulous Christmas tree on Tuesday morning, December 1 (safely, with pandemic precautions!).

Join the fun by Zoom. Share a joke, tell a story, make us laugh! We will listen to some Christmas carols while … read more.

We Have Called Our Senior Minister

By an overwhelming positive vote of the congregation today, Rev. Nathan Ryan has been called as the next Senior Minister of the Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge.

His tenure in this new role begins January 7, 2021 (the day after Epiphany). Congratulations to our Senior … read more.

Candidating Week Schedule Announced

The Search Committee is excited to present Rev. Nathan Ryan as our candidate for the Senior Minister position at UCBR.

Now YOU get a chance to “interview” or just chat with him about any topic you want. He is waiting to hear what’s on your … read more.

Candidate for Senior Minister Named

Dear UCBR Congregation,

We have exciting news! The Senior Minister Search Committee has named the Rev. Nathan Ryan as our candidate to be our new Senior Minister. The Committee came to its decision after careful discernment of the surveys, cottage meetings, focus groups, and the two-part … read more.