Sermons by Susan Goldberg
Have you ever had a moment when you suddenly realize that something you’d always believed to be true no longer seemed to be? And that shocking realization leads you to question one thing after another until you find yourself in an entirely new faith? I did – and that’s why I’m here. Also, please take a moment to enjoy this weeks Time for All Ages written by Martha Dallas and entitled “The First and the Last”. Follow this link to…
Holy Week takes on a bigger meaning when we consider that Easter, Passover, the Vernal Equinox, and Oestre have come together in a joyous surge of spirituality. Let’s take a look back through time and see how these religious observances became entwined.
Have you ever noticed a small hopefully flower growing out of a crack in the concrete? What joy it brings!
Animals are part of the interdependent web of all existence of which we humans are also a part. Humans and animals have lived on our planet together for millennia, and they preceded us by hundreds of millions of years. We are grateful for their companionship, as well as the many other rolls they play in our lives. On this day we will bless our pets and the animals we love.
In this service, we’ll explore the various harvest / autumnal holidays that fall at the end of October.
Many people believe in the idea of reincarnation. What wisdom can that philosophy teach us while we slow down and remember to only live one life at a time?
At the core of both Unitarianism and Transcendentalism is the belief in the inherent goodness of people and nature. This week, we will explore the confluence of the Unitarians and Transcendentalists.
This Father’s Day, we’ll take a loving look at father types and their evolving role in the family structure – from Provider to Nurturer, and all types in between.
Many of us know what the letters in “LGBTQ+” stand for, but what do we know about the experiences behind those letters?
Join us as we celebrate Flower Communion – a UU sacrament created by Norbert Capek.