Sermons on Spiritual Growth
The melt and rain are arriving, warmer breezes blow, birdsong returns. Spring is, as they say, blossoming. During dark times, winter’s retreat helps ground us in what is around us in our physical spaces. Grounding in the now can help ease the fear and anxiety that surrounds us. Come, breathe, and join us at our Spring Equinox service, followed by a reflective walk through our beloved labyrinth.
As we move into the new year carrying all that came before, what might we be able to set down so that we can start anew?
It can be easy to reinforce our limited individual understanding of the world when we stay comfortable in our currently existing bubbles – but what happens when we challenge our perspectives to see through the lenses of others?
Our principles offer us the encouragement and challenge to spend a lifetime searching for truth and meaning. This is a personal process, but it is also deeply relational.
Living a life driven by obligation often means the individual gets lost in priority. How does a life of “shoulds” become a life of intention?
The hustle and bustle of the holidays are nearly behind us. How can the Danish concept of hygge help center us during this season?
Our UU fourth principle calls for a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Join us when some of our members share their personal spiritual beliefs.
Rev. Allison Farnum speaks about her work in the Unitarian Universalist Prison Ministry of Illinois.
How are we called to regard our ideological enemies?
This sermon is about the Yale course, The Science of Well-Being.
The theme for May is Sabbath, and what an appropriate topic during this time of pandemic.