Sermons (Page 3)
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.
Brian Lapinski speaks on the ways in which racism impacts the ways in which oppressed people are subject to increased environmental hazards.
More than a century ago, the Unitarian minister Theodore Parker evoked the image of the moral arc of the universe bending toward justice. How does that powerful image inform our justice work today? Listen to Rev. Linda Hart Green speak on “bending the arc.”
Donna Janesky looks back at 2019 — its tumultuous events as well as those who have left us.
Linda Hart Green urges us to achieve true belonging through authenticity, vulnerability, acknowledging our interconnectedness, and making space for others.