The Question of God

April 18, 2021
Today we explore "The Question of God." Unitarian Universalism is an inclusive religion, shaped by all religions... we search, we talk, we question. Please come and listen to these thoughtful…
Is forgiveness always called for? How should we understand the well-worn phrase “forgive and forget?” Is there a place for hate? What is the relationship between forgiveness and reconciliation? What…

What Child Is This?

December 20, 2020
The Christmas season is the season of the heart – the season of the heart’s deepest longings and highest hopes. These longings and hopes are expressed in the two main…

What is Soul?

October 18, 2020
“Spirit” and “soul” are often used interchangeably. This sermon, the second in a two-part series, will distinguish and contrast the meanings and values of these two words.

What is Spirit?

October 11, 2020
The theme for Sunday's sermon is a complicated one. With so many ideas and ways of looking at a single word "Spirit" you almost need a roadmap. The sermon outline…

Tectonic Plates and Gridlock

September 20, 2020
Where to start in the face of strongly opposing and intractable positions? This sermon will explore how the image of tectonic plates might be a helpful image in relation to…
In this time of turmoil as our nation struggles to determine its “soul,” this sermon will explore the overlap of the core principles, values, and ideals of our American society…

The Boundless Deep

March 29, 2020
Two of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s most well-known poems, “Ulysses” and “Crossing the Bar,” assist us in exploring one of the great polarities of human life: doing and being, striving and…

Deeper Than our Separateness

November 17, 2019
In his incomparable essay “The Over-Soul,” Ralph Waldo Emerson writes, “Our faith comes in moments; our vice is habitual. Yet there is a depth in those brief moments which constrains…