Welcome to Advent. Each year members of our congregation collaborate to present a devotional book based on the readings for each day in Advent.
Please download a copy by clicking here
Members, please stay after our Worship Service on Sunday December 8, 2019.
We will be having a Congregational Meeting to:
Jim Duffy, Moderator
On Sunday December 22 at our regular 10 o’clock service, BUCC’s choir will present a contemporary lessons and carols program titled, Emmanuel–God with Us! Arranged and composed by Lloyd Larson, the program is a wonderful blend of traditional and contemporary Christmas music. The choir will be accompanied by flute, French horn, trumpet, violin, percussion, and narrators. Plan on joining us for this BUCC tradition. Bring a friend!
Kick off the holiday season with a joyful afternoon of music, activities, and shopping at Brecksville United Church of Christ.
Dave Brewer from Creative Drumming will be sharing some fun drumming activities the whole family can enjoy. We’ll have hand drums, shakers, and sleigh bells to play, holiday music, refreshments, and shopping with local vendors and crafters.
Our vendors and crafters include:
This free event is open to the public from 1:00 – 4:00
Proceeds from vendor tables will be donated to Cleveland Roots.
Brecksville UCC will host a free concert featuring cellist Adam Willson and pianist Charlotte Hill from Oberlin Conservatory of Music. They will perform works by Prokofiev, Schumann and J. S. Bach. A free-will offering will be received and a light reception will follow the concert. Plan on joining us Nov. 3 for an outstanding program of chamber music.
We are happy to offer the Autumn Series from ElizArt Ministries has been moved to Tuesday Evenings 7-8:30 pm.
Remaining dates are:
Please register as soon as possible, so that supplies can be purchased. For more information and instructions on how to register, please see the Fall Art Series Brochure
Important Note: While the brochure talks about Thursdays, the sessions are really on Tuesdays for the remainder of the series.
Note: Even though the deadline in the brochure was September 5, 2019, we will accept registrations up to 1 week before the class(es) you wish to attend.
Tuesday, September 17 from 7:00 pm-8:30pm in Pilgrim Hall.
What are ADVANCE DIRECTIVES?
When any adult over 17 is admitted to a hospital they will be asked if they have Advance Directives. We will review the four components of Advance Directives- The Living Will, Health Care Power of Attorney, Organ Donation and Guardian Designation. Let’s get the care that you desire for yourself!
Tuesday, September 24 from 7:00 pm-8:30 pm in Pilgrim Hall.
Discharge Planning Options after a hospital stay
Care decisions for yourself or loved on comes very quickly. It is important to understand the options available to you after a Hospital stay or if someone is struggling in the community. This education session will provide you information on what options are available and you’re your insurance will and will not cover.
This Sunday is Rally Day, our traditional kickoff for school year and ministry activities! We will accept school supplies for donation to the Thomas Jefferson Newcomer’s School in Cleveland (the school serves immigrant children who are newly arrived to the US). A potluck social will follow the service.
from noon to 4pm, following Pastor Allan’s first service with us! The cookout will take place at Nora’s house (9256 Highland Drive), rain or shine. In case of heavy rain or lightning, we will move the party to Pilgrim Hall. Activities will include swimming and fishing (bring your own pole). The theme for the cooking contest will be “Dessert in a Muffin Tin”. If you are not taking part in the cooking contest, please bring a side dish, preferably in a disposable container. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided. Please sign up so we can get an accurate count (either sign up at church, or contact Matt Wolbert or Tia Began). Hope to see you there!
Matt Wolbert: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tia Began: email@example.com
We have inherited the paper recycling bin from Central School. Please bring your paper and cardboard to the bin in the rear of the parking lot. Flattening any cardboard boxes to make more room is essential.
Note: we are no longer collecting Aluminum to be recycled. Please use your municipal programs