Sermons

  • Renewing What? Unitarian Universalism & the F word (faith…)
    By Rev. Michelle Scott-Huffman The opening words are Welcome Sweet Soul, by Rev. Dr. Rebekah A. Savage. Welcome sweet soul, to this place of renewal and hope.Here we welcome your tender places and yearnings to be fully present.Welcome sweet soul, to this place of meaning and belonging.Here we welcome your […]
  • The Sacred Hoop
    Message by Eva Riebold Moment of Perspective – Doris Seale and Cultural Appropriation – AJ Fox The opening words are from Black Elk, Oglala Lakota holy man, from the book Black Elk Speaks, by John Neihardt: Everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle. The sky […]
  • Drawing on the Wide Side of the Brain
    By Rev. Rod Richards – Read by Mike Brown The opening words are from The Tao by Lao-Tse: Before creation a presence existed,self-contained, complete, formless, voiceless, mateless, changeless,which yet pervaded itself with unending motherhood. Though there can be no name for it, I have called it the “way of life.” […]
  • UUA Annual Stand With Love Service – What If I Only Had 30 Days to Love?
    Drum Circle #2Performed extemporaneously by the First UU Choir and other membersPermission granted
  • Widening the Circle of Self
    By Rev. Michelle Scott-Huffman The opening words are Into the Circle, by Rev. Dr. David Breeden.We gather into this circle.We gather into this circle of careto dream,to envision,to embody and achievethe compassion we dream,the justice we envision,the dignity of eachin an ever-growingcircle of love and justice. Drum Circle #1Performed Extemporaneously […]