Everything We Have We Borrow

November 21, 2021
The sermon on this Sunday prior to our nation's Thanksgiving Day celebration will address the origin and occasions of gratitude, the nature and necessity of gratitude, and the key to…
As we attempt to make sense out of the present adventure of living we might consider becoming pilgrims walking paths gratefully, gracefully, and with courage. What distance are you willing…

Dia de los Muertos

November 7, 2021
Today we are meeting at the cemetery (figuratively speaking!). It isn't a sad time; it's a time to rejoice in the memories of our family and friends who have passed…

The Music of the Night

October 31, 2021
Halloween is a seasonal festival that recognizes that physically and materially we are entering the darker part of the calendar year. But since we humans have not only material and…
When human rights are at risk, people need to stand together. But how do we stand with each other in a way that truly puts people who are vulnerable first?…
The quote from Theodore Parker, prominent abolitionist and Transcendentalist Unitarian minister, is “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” This quote was a favorite…

The Light of a Smile

October 3, 2021
Today's sermon is all about why we should smile more. Did you know that a smile can change a life? There are actual benefits from smiling! Miriam will include approaches…

Second Best Time

September 19, 2021
The proverb goes like this: "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is today." This sermon explores our ever-present second best time,…