Announcements and Upcoming Events


Update from the Ministerial Search Committee


The Ministerial Search Committee has met a few times and we wanted to let everyone know that we are committed to nominating a candidate for Minister that best matches the needs and wishes of the congregation.  We are taking a thoughtful and careful approach to the process as laid out by the UUA and have met with their representatives. Our approach over the coming months will be to gather as much relevant information as possible from the congregation in order to be able to articulate what we, as a congregation, want to attract in terms of the best possible candidate for the position.  We are determining the most effective ways to gather this information through Focus Groups, Surveys, and One-on-one Interviews which will occur during the month of September. The Search Committee will continue to work with the UUA utilizing their best practices and the information from the congregation in order help nominate the best possible candidate.  As we meet and more information is available, we will continue to share our progress.  Thank you for your trust and support.


Help us get in the Loop!

We rely on our member's generosity to make Hearing Assistance possible. Your gift to the Looping Project expresses your commitment to keep USSB a strong welcoming society where individuals and families care for each other, and express and act on worthy ideas that allow all to participate. Gifts are being accepted in the courtyard each Sunday at the Looping Table. You may also send a check to our office. Please be sure to indicate the intent of your gift by writing "Let's Loop!" in your check's Memo line. Thank you!


Blue Gold Series

Ocean Acidification
as Problematic as
Climate Disruption?
July 25, 7pm, Blake Lounge

The USSB Seventh Principle Action Network (SPAN) continues its series on the rapidly escalating local, state, national, and world-wide water crisis entitled "BLUE GOLD."  The fifth meeting will focus on ocean acidification.  View clips from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the new Emmy-nominated series "Years of Living Dangerously" to understand why ocean acidification has been called "climate change's evil twin." Stop by the SPAN table for details, educational materials, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it '; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text98166 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //-->\n This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you would like to get involved! Further events in the series: Aug 22, Sept 26, Oct 24 and will include speakers from UCSB.


USSB Women's Group

July 27, 7pm, La Paz Lounge

"USSB Women's Group is starting a new book, New York Times bestseller

"The Power of Habit:  Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business," by Charles Duhigg. New members and even interested drop-ins are welcome. We are more than just a book discussion group; in fact reading the book is somewhat optional, as the ideas from the books stand on their own and serve us for discussion purposes. I think of us mostly as a women's support group. For more information, contact Charlene Little at 805-969-2956.

Monday, August 11, 7pm
126 E Haley St. Ste A---11
(Parents, Families, Friends and Allies United with LGBT People to move equality forward) *Newly formed Santa Barbara Chapter!! PFLAG provides education, advocacy, and support to families and allies of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. PFLAG Santa Barbara meets the second Monday of every month at the Pacific Pride Foundation office. Next Meeting: Monday, August 11th, 7:00pm, Pacific Pride Foundation, 126 E Haley St. Ste A---11. For more information contact: Georgia Noble, (805) 560---8621 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Nancy Edmundson (805)-452-4606 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Our goal is to help families through the often difficult adjustment when a member comes-out as LGBT. Newcomers are welcome! The Santa Barbara chapter has a core group of committed parents who are active in the community and committed to confronting homophobia and promoting the civil rights of the LGBT family members they love.

Years of Living Dangerously Friday, Aug. 1, 7pm,  Blake Lounge. Please join SPAN to watch on a big screen another of the episodes from the Showtime series that uses dynamic cinematic storytelling to deepen our understanding of what is happening to our planet and the powerful, destructive forces driving the problems. Discussion, including ways to intelligently and mindfully respond, follows. Contact Cheryl at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and



A Pete Seeger "Sing Out"

August 2, 7:00 PM, Parish Hall.

With singer and musician Lara Ruth. Sponsored by SB CAN. Suggested donation $10.



Shen Zhen Gong Classes
Week-day classes in Parish Hall

Sheng Zhen Gong (shung jen goong) is a unique system of Qigong, an ancient form of healing movement and meditation that has been practiced for thousands of years. Sheng Zhen Gong is unique in that it naturally opens the heart. Love and qi are seen to be original, universal energies that are intertwined. As one's heart opens through regular practice, love and qi flow easily, naturally. One is able to settle into a state of ease, the qigong state, the peaceful state of "merging into all." These simple movements can improve health, balance emotions, open the heart, elevate the spirit, and more. For more information and to view the class schedule, please visit

Yoga Classes at USSB
Yoga classes at the Unitarian society are on Monday and Wednesday nights from 5:30-6:30 pm in Jefferson Hall!  These vinyasa (flow) and Iyengar influenced classes suitable for all ages and experience levels. Right now the cost is $10 for a drop-in or $50 per month.  If you are a member of USSB, payment is optional, but encouraged since 50% of the proceeds go to support USSB.

We Agnostics (AA), every Monday, 5:30-6:30pm, Blake Lounge. The Addictions Ministry of USSB sponsors a weekly meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, titled "We Agnostics". If you think you have a problem with alcohol and have a desire to stop drinking, you are welcome to attend this meeting. Confidentiality and anonymity are strictly maintained. For more information feel free to contact Megan Moyer, 805-452-1957.


Community Social Time

Join members, friends, newcomers and guests for coffee and socializing beginning at 10:30 AM, between our 2 Sunday services.


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