Bradford Community Church UU
Churches in Kenosha, WI
Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist is both a young church and an old church. While its roots are firmly entwined with the city's founding fathers and mothers, it is a young congregation just finding its identity. In 1847, only 12 years after the 1st settlers arrived in what is now Kenosha, a Universalist Society was set up. As the community grew, this group joined with other free thinkers who were interested in having religious services upon a more liberal basis than that afforded by the existing churches. In 1865 the First Unitarian Society was established.
read moreWe are seekers of truth by many paths. The heart of our community is our Sunday morning worship service and religious education programming. Beginning each Sunday at 10am, members and guests alike are invited to come as they are to enjoy our sacred time together. Our services focus on a diverse range of topics, from the political to the spiritual to the scientific. We believe we need not think alike to love alike and value discourse and dialogue about all issues we find important. Won't you join us on Sunday?
read moreMissed a recent sermon? Curious about the messages presented at Bradford Community Church Unitarian Universalist? Find recordings of recent sermons by our minister, the Reverend Erik David Carlson, and select guest speakers here! Intern minister Denise Cawley reflects on that voice still and small that dwells within us all and takes us through writing our own book of inner wisdom. Template for the booklet download available above. Intern minister Denise Cawley shares a sermon regarding the fluid gender of God in ancient literature and within our own human physiology.