Sermons

No Free Lunch

February 24, 2019
Wendell Berry has written, “Eaters…must understand that eating takes place inescapably in the world…and that how we eat determines, to a considerable extent, the way the world is used.” This…
This morning, we honor the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and we reflect on why it can be so difficult to talk about race…
This morning we honor the life of the poet Mary Oliver and we reflect on her work in light of the first source of Unitarian Universalism: ‘Direct experience of that…

Confession and Compassion

January 13, 2019
We are all imperfect. That is part of the human condition. But it’s not always easy to acknowledge our short-comings. On the other hand, sometimes we focus on them too…

Spirituality Goals – 2019

January 6, 2019
Our third UU principle encourages us to grow spiritually. As we begin a new calendar year, in what ways do you want to grow this year? Two reading precede the…
This morning we look at the Buddhist practice of Mindfulness meditation as a tool for surviving - and even thriving - in challenging times, whether the challenges we face are…

What Gives Us Hope?

December 2, 2018
Last week we reflected on what breaks our hearts. This morning, on the first Sunday of Advent, we will reflect on - and share some of - what gives us…