Sermons on Spirituality
Linda Hart Green muses on how our stories help us make sense of the world and of ourselves.
Pinchos Kurinsky talks about the art of deep listening and our need to be heard.
Our UU principle calling us to encourage each other in our spiritual growth draws on the tradition of “self- culture” and “salvation by character” established by such forebears as Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and James Freeman Clarke. Rev. Paul Johnson develops his personal, contemporary take on this worthy tradition.
Jennifer Wolfe teaches us the benefits of gratitude and how to develop our gratitude practice.
Linda Hart Green urges us to achieve true belonging through authenticity, vulnerability, acknowledging our interconnectedness, and making space for others.
Michael Franklin explores the roles that emotion and imagination play in expectation.
Rev. Linda Hart Green explores how expectations shape perceptions and actions.
Mark Woods reminisces on the year he spent exploring our national parks, how the experience helped him to process his mother’s death, and urges us to appreciate and fight for beauty.
Linda Hart Green explores seeking, appreciating, and sharing beauty as a spiritual practice.
David Calhoun explores the concept of responsibility as our burden and our source of freedom.