Sermons from 2020
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.
Chaim Potok begins his insightful novel In the Beginning with the words “All beginnings are Hard.” Indeed, they are. Rev. Paul Johnson deals with some of these hardships but also points out the keen anticipation, even exhilaration, of the beginnings in our lives.
Rev. John Young on being Unitarian Universalist, from the ideals that draw us to the faith to the challenges within many UU congregations.
Jennifer Wolfe teaches us the benefits of gratitude and how to develop our gratitude practice.
Jerome Fosaaen on Rev. Charles McGehee.
Sharon Scholl gives us some (perhaps unwelcome) advice on how to our beloved community should move into the future.
Linda Hart Green assures us that during this time of health, economic, and racial pandemics, we can forge a better world in its wake.
Karen-Smith Scott delivers a powerful anti-racism primer.