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TRUU's Sunday Services will be broadcast via Facebook for as long as medical professionals and Colorados governor recommend social distancing to reduce the risk of spreading Corona Virus. To learn more about this decision, read this statement from TRUU's Board of Trustees. Join the broadcast Sunday service using this link

From our Minister

While we have cancelled the public gathering portion of our Sunday Services until further notice, through March 29 for sure, we will be live-streaming our services.  Both TRUU and the UUA are working to keep us connected. You can watch Sunday services live here, view past services here, or get copies mailed to you. Details on Rev. Bushbaum's page.

 

Meditations for a Pandemic

To help us stay connected & grounded, Rev. Laurie is sending out weekly meditations and poems. Click the blue link below to see them.
Rev. Laurie's Reflections
  •     “Look for the helpers,” my hero would remind us. When bad things happen there are always heroes who help. Mr. Roger’s advice was supposedly for …

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Upcoming Events

  • Livestreamed Service: "Dancing with Dragons" by Rev. Laurie Bushbaum
  • 04/05/2020
  • While we have temporarily cancelled the public gathering portion of our services, you can still watch us on Facebook Live this Sunday! All of us have fears from time to [...]
  • Guest Speaker Rabbi Shereen Sarick
  • 04/12/2020
  • Join us for Worship Services every Sunday at 10 am in the Community Room at Third Street Center in Carbondale. Frequently asked questions: Where is the worship space, exactly? We meet [...]
  • "Bring Many Names"- Rev. Laurie Bushbaum
  • 04/19/2020
  • Join us for Worship Services every Sunday at 10 am in the Community Room at Third Street Center in Carbondale. Frequently asked questions: Where is the worship space, exactly? We meet [...]

Why I Like TRUU…

Having been raised with no particular spiritual upbringing, I am grateful to have found this place where people are building a beloved community of compassion, justice and acceptance, both here and in the wider world. I love and am grateful to this congregation for the many ways in which it encourages me to develop spiritually; to hold sacred the human bonds which sometimes challenge us, to search for truth and meaning in a free and responsible way, to respect and celebrate the differences in those whose opinions don’t match my own, and to deepen my own understanding of the transcendent.