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Sermons from 2020 (Page 2)

Through the Web of Life and Heart Space

It is inherent to the Unitarian Universalist faith that we are, each one of us, held in the interdependent web of life. As we are bound together through those sacred strands, we each bring with us our own hearts, filled, always, with a myriad of emotions. In a world divided, let our hearts not be drawn towards animosity, but towards love. Let…

The Veil Between

Religious experiences often reference a “thin place,” a space in which the holy and the mundane interact in a sacred way. In these places we may find ourselves between the earthly realm and the spiritual realm, and we may experience ourselves and our surroundings in novel ways. In these days preceding an especially important election, we find ourselves in a different kind…

Whispers of Divine Love

The holy means something different to each and every one of us – this is one of the treasures of Unitarian Universalism. Today we explore the ever-loving, ever-present divinity of Process Theology, a divinity that is not all-powerful but can encourage each one of us towards good. We will delve into a theology that combines…

Sound of the Sacred

In both the mundane and the awesome, our holy is there, speaking to us if only we choose to listen. Where we focus our attention is integrated into our very being; what we hear and what we choose to listen to affects who we are and all that we can be. Today we explore the true beauty in this shift of focus.…

Building Beloved Community

Love and compassion are rooted deeply in both our Unitarian and Universalist faith histories. What does this look like through the lens of justice, where faith and our call to action are reciprocal and deeply intertwined? What does this look like today, as the need for racial justice calls out? Today we decenter voices of privilege, and instead work to center the…