White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church Choir

Music at WBUUC

WBUU Choir Schedule 

No rehearsal on Wednesday, November 22, Wednesday, December 27 and Wednesday, January 31


Our Shared Vision 

of being the best choir that we can be by:

Attending rehearsals and services as regularly as possible and being on time. 

Contributing to rehearsals and services in a positive way by being respectful of our short time together, saving social time for after and learning notes/rhythms as much as possible beforehand. 

Growing our souls together through music and using our voices to help the mission of this church. 

The Choir sings on the following dates:

Sunday, November 19

After Welcome: The Road Home by Stephen Paulus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbwhSP3ZIq4&feature=youtu.be

Offertory: I have arrived, I am home by Thích Nhất Hạnh

Before Sermon: Goin’ Home arranged by Andrew Steffen

Sunday, December 3 

After Welcome: Wana Baraka 

Wana baraka, wale waombao

They are blessed, those who pray

Yesu mwenyewe alisema. Alleluya!

Jesus himself said so.

Alleluia! Wana amani. Wana furaha. Wana uzima.

They have peace. They have joy. They have life.

Offertory: Hold Me, Rock Me by Brian Tate

Before Sermon: Do Not Leave Your Cares at the Door by Elizabeth Alexander

Sunday, December 17

After Welcome: Solstice Song

Before Sermon: Ave Maria by Javier Busto

Sunday, December 24 (no morning services/evening Christmas Eve services only)

Sunday, January 7

Sunday, January 14

After Welcome: It's a Highway to Heaven by Thomas A. Dorsey

Before Sermon: Guide My Feet 

Five reasons to join the WBUUC choir: 
  • Absolutely no audition required.  
  • Short rehearsal (6:15 to 7:30 pm) with dinner served before starting at 5:30.
  • Incredible variety of music. 



TRUTH: The Practice of diving and divining

CELEBRATION: The Practice of naming

BALANCE: The Practice of grace

HOSPITALITY: The Practice of belonging

DISCIPLINE: The Practice of following your heart

DISRUPTION: The Practice of being fully present

SOULWORK: The Practice of centering

PROMISES: The Practice of creating the world

GRATITUDE: The Practice of reckoning

WONDER: The Practice of opening the windows