Topic: Spiritual Journey
“The Christian in Me,” by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clark Clear
Today’s sermon reading, “The Christian in Me,” is the last, in a series of explorations of three different belief systems found within UU churches, written by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clear. Even though we may not call ourselves, individually, Christian, our denomination has grown from the … read more.
“From Mythos to Cosmos (Part 2): How Ancient Cosmic Events Shaped our Myths,” by Dr. Lee Greer
“…the infinite enlargement of the heart…,” by The Reverend James C. Leach
Rev Leach focused this sermon on the principle that we are all part of an interdependent Web of Life, and he reflects on the ways this web of life is important, not only to the survival of our church and the world through … read more.
“The Theist in Me,” by Rev. Dr. Bruce Clear
Today’s sermon reading, “The Theist in Me,” is the second in a series of explorations of three different belief systems found within UU churches, written by Rev. Bruce Clear. UU Rev. Clear says, “There is a theist in me as well as a … read more.
“No Justice, No Peace,” by Rev. Monroe Mabon
Perfection in the world today has yet to be obtained. As we seek peace in America and throughout the world, we are in constant pursuit of peace. It appears that peace by the efforts of men is almost impossible to achieve. But … read more.
“Reflections on Martin Luther King Day,” by Walter Russell
MLKJ Day is a federal holiday in the United States marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year. Ronald Reagan signed the holiday into law in 1983, and was first observed three … read more.
“The Way of the Peaceful Warrior,” by Rev. Travis G. Kaenel
Taoism, also spelled Daoism, is a school of thought or religion that originated in China over 2000 years ago. The literal translation of the Chinese character “Tao” is “the way.” Lao Tzu, widely considered the founder of Taoism, is said to have lived … read more.
“2023: An Optimist’s Update,” by Bonnie McFarland
We are entering a new year, and our country seems as divided as ever. The last few years have taken their toll, and the environment is critically endangered. Our church, like many small churches, is struggling to survive. How can anyone still be … read more.
“Reimagining the Christmas Story: A Metanoia Moment,” by Rev. David A. Miller
Most of us are familiar with the Christmas story; but in the true tradition of UUism, Rev. David A. Miller presents a new perspective in which to contemplate the birth of Christ and the lessons that we can learn from it today. “Metanoia” comes from … read more.