Sermons on Family
Remembrance has to do with our sense of self, our identity as we accumulate and unconsciously revise our autobiographical memories, which are explicit memories. This revision happens in small ways every time we remember something, as the present interacts with the past.
As the school year begins, we will reflect on how supportive communities can enable learning, and rededicate ourselves to the lifelong search for truth we are all called to by our principles.
Introduction A recent family reunion provided a welcome opportunity to reflect deeply on the seasons of life and what makes the Circle of Life so precious at every turn.
This Father’s Day we’ll take a look back at some excerpts from one of our favorite past sermons by Rev. Dan Brosier titled, “The Good Father” with new perspective on what it means to be a “father who mothers” 15 years later.
As we celebrate Mother’s Day, we’ll be exploring some fictional mothers that can serve as both role-models and surrogates (for those who’s mothers left something to be desired).
The RE Program started the new year by observing the UU holiday of Chalica, and as it comes to a close we’ll reflect on different approaches to teach our kids about the UU Principles.
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.
Today we gladly honor our mothers if we are lucky enough to have had a good one, but children of troubled mothers often have mixed feelings about Mother’s Day.
Fathering is a big deal for the father, but usually much more so for the child.
On this Mother’s Day, we celebrate mothering in all its different forms.