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Sermons from April 2021

Healing a Source of the Sacred

Both of these religious beliefs and our own understandings of Unitarian Universalist values imply an inherent interconnectedness of nature and all life. Ursula Goodenough writes that this connectedness is in a sense a religion in itself – the sacredness of this web. That we are not connected merely by the food chain or by the balance of our ecosystems but also of a common ancestor

Ramadan Gifts

This Sunday we explore the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. What meaning does it hold for our Muslim neighbors? What are the spiritual gifts of this sacred time? And what meaning can it hold for us as Unitarian Universalists?

Hope Rises and Easter Story

In the Christian story, this man who embodied faith and love had such an enormous capacity for hope that not even through torture, not even through death, could this be deterred. Even after death hope was resurrected – transcending life, transcending this mortal world. As he rose from the dead and ascended to heaven so too was hope reborn, so too did promise rise.