Sermons on Spiritual Growth
While originally published as a children’s story, the inhabitants of A.A. Milne’s 100-acre wood can show us something about ourselves and how we are in relationship with the world and those that inhabit it.
Like Tiny Seeds
Like tiny seeds with potent power to push through tough ground and become mighty trees, we hold innate reserves of unimaginable strength. We are resilient.
In Pursuit of Happiness
This Sunday we’ll take a look at how our constant pursuit of happiness may actually be the thing standing in our way of achieving it.
Celebrating the Darkness
It is that time of year when the dark seems to be pushing in on us from both sides. Do you notice it lingering in the morning, and descending earlier in the eve? On the Thursday it will be the time of year for the crossing over. On the autumn equinox the hours of light equals the hours of night. We will be in the season which has more darkness than light, And we are once more reminded of our…
The Secular Side of Unitarian Universalism
As someone whose identity lies somewhere in between atheist and agnostic, I’ve been asked the question “Why do you write sermons?” more than a few times. This week, we’ll take a look into what being a Unitarian Universalist means to our secular members and how Unitarian Universalism can play an important role in a society that’s been leaving traditional churches and religion behind.
Crisis of Faith
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…
Love is Like a Box of Chocolates
Introduction Love means a lot of different things. People experience love differently, even love the might look the same on the outside may be different in meaning. This morning we will explore different forms of love and their meanings. Just like a box of Chocolates you never know what you are going to get.
The Melt and the Rain
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.
Letting Go to Move Ahead
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?
The Importance of Perspective
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?
Growing a Soul
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?