In this sermon, Rev. Justine Sullivan explores how our unified fellowship can continue to advance and build a liberal faith community.
Moving Forward Together
In this sermon, the Reverend Justine Sullivan talks about the responsible exercise of a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning
In this week’s sermon, member Allen Perry speaks speaks of his personal creed taken from the words of Shawnee leader Tecumseh. In his writings, Tecumseh’s describes the values and actions that make up a well-lived life to be proud of.
Writing your death song
In this sermon, Reverend Justine Sullivan speaks about environmental justice and our collective role as stewards of our shared environment
That was the year that was. In this sermon, Reverend Justine Sullivan reflects on the year that was and the year to be.
Welcome Home but Look Forward to the future we desire.
Unitarian Universalists often state that “the congregation is the curriculum” when asked to describe the Unitarian Universalist religious education philosophy and curriculum. In today’s sermon three of our members describe what this guiding philosophy means to them as they and their children became program participants. … read more.
In this sermon, Laura Moss, an adult onset Unitiarian Universalist, describes the years long process of building her own spiritual path.
Building a Spiritual Practice
In this sermon Lee Ellen Knight speaks about anger. Anger is all around us these days—in politics, on social media, in our communities near and far—anger is surging. In Unitarian Universalism, we focus on building Beloved Community, emphasizing compassion, acceptance and love. It’s not like … read more.
Parishioner Dr. Howard Adams worked for many years counseling black college students needing encouragement to complete their studies or continue on to graduate school. In today’s lesson, Dr. Adams recalls some of his more notable students and uses their stories to encourage us all to sing our songs.