Join us this Sunday, Sept. 13th at 10:30 a.m. EST for “Homecoming, What is Home?” with Rev. Viola Abbitt. When we think of home, what comes to mind? What are some of the emotions that rise up in us? For many of us home is … read more.
“Healing Our Home: Where Do We Even Start?” with our Young Adult Group (Addison Phoenix, Cecilee Linke and Darcy Ferguson).How do we find what we are passionate about and maintain the energy and the self-awareness to keep ourselves going in our efforts to heal the … read more.
Using a bicycle chain as a metaphor, Reverend Justine reviews the 2020 democratic nominating campaign from a feminist perspective.
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“Behind and Beyond Our Walls,” with Carlton Elliott Smith, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister, currently serving on the Southern Regional staff. Reverend Smith talks about his experiences at Charlottesville VA Unite the Right counter protest.
Behind and Beyond our Walls
In this homily, member Howard Adams, drawing from his professional experiences as a mentor, speaks about moving beyond the shadow of your fears.
In this sermon, the Reverend Justine Sullivan shares her perspective on visiting El Salvador on her journey with the UU College of Social Justice (https://uucsj.org/) in January. UUCSJ has partnered with Cristosal, an organization which began in 2000 as a collaboration between Episcopal clergy in the … read more.
In this sermon, the Reverend Jean Pupkie speaks about the ability of community visibility and the church’s beloved community to promote church growth.
Fostering Church Growth Through Beloved Community
New member Bill Monroe tells the story of his spiritual journey. Bill is a former Navy JAG officer, former Methodist Minister, and retired Virginia Beach prosecuting attorney.
In this sermon, Reverned Justine reflects on heroes in the large. Do we need another? What if one of our heroes is imperfect?
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In the sermon A Light in the Dark: Finding Miracles Reverend Justine leads an exploration of the ways to see the miraculous in our every day lives.