Best Unitarian Universalist podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Weekly podcasts of sermons delivered at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin. Our minister is Rev. Meg Barnhouse. Together we nourish souls, transform lives, and do justice to build the Beloved Community. We are an inclusive liberal religious and spiritual community. We support each individual's search for meaning and purpose and join together to help create a world filled with compassion and love. All are welcome without the distinction of race, class, gender, sexual orientation or ...
Promoting a just and sustainable world
Listen to each Sunday's sermon and occasional other reflections
The sermons of Rev. Jay Leach and Rev. Eve Stevens of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte offer a strong liberal voice on a wide variety of religious, philosophical, personal, and social issues.
Podcasts from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (UUCPA). At UUCPA, we come together to support one another in our continuing commitment to a free and loving search for spiritual meaning and to the expression of that meaning in our community and in our lives. For more information visit
Sunday sermons and more from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, Colorado. Deepening Faith. Living Well. Enacting Justice.
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your life's journey, you are welcome here
Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun Sermons Listen to a wide variety of minister and lay led sermons from this vibrant church.
Advancing our mission of radical welcome and deep connection at Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia, Missouri (UUCC)
The UU A Way Of Life podcasts describes the stages, characteristics, and benefits of the spiritual life.
Sermons from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo County.
Sermons recorded live during Sunday Services in the sanctuary of the Unitarian Congregation of West Chester, Pennsylvania
A digest of sermons or other speeches and conversations from unitarian universalist ministers, mennonites, UMC, and other liberal religious voices.
Sermons by the ministers and guests at UUCA -Living boldly and compassionately in Annapolis, MD for over 60 years!
UU Sermons
Sermons & Selected Music of the Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation at White Plains, Westchester County, New York
UU Richmond, VA
Sermons from the First Unitarian Universalist of Richmond, VA.
Considering the Bible's saintly reputation, it packs surprising gore, horror, and depravity. As well as beauty, wisdom, and tedium. For millennia, the Bible has held Western culture captive to its strange stories of ancient people trying to figure out God. Maybe you're not religious, but you're curious about the Bible. Maybe you grew up in church, but you're looking for a new way to relate to the Bible. Welcome! We're Sam and Amanda. We're obsessed with the Bible. Sam is a liberal Presbyteri ...
The Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a liberal religious community, diverse and dynamic; nurturing mind, body and spirit; fostering compassion, peace and justice; caring for the Earth and the life that it sustains; building the Beloved Community.
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Sermons 2010
UU Podversations
Unitarian Universalist perspectives on community, pop culture, and the nature of human existence
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Sermons 2011
Weekly sermons from the pulpit of the Westside UU Congregation. Be inspired from leaders such as Rev. Peg Morgan, lay leaders from the congregation, and guest speakers from around the world.
Sermons from the pulpit of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville
Be Spiritual
Listen to the spiritual, religious, and ethical perspectives of Unitarian Universalists
UUYO Podcasts
Podcasts of UUYO sermons and selected worship services
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What happens when we die? Today I examine spiritualism, reincarnation and life after death using some personal transcendent experiences, history and current writings, Rev. John explores the mystery of death and the afterlife.
Rev. Jeanne Pupke's Sermon for Sunday, 3-17-2019
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on March 17, 2019. The Celts developed a Christianity that was intricately intertwined with the earth based faith of the land. Friendlier toward the body, toward women, and celebrating good beer, the Celts' version of Christianity might be a delightful and refreshing insight into other possibilities than th ...…
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, March 17, 2019 Events in the lives of our ancestors, even ones we never met, can affect the orientation of our minds and the health of our brains. How do we navigate when we’re each carrying so much? Text (PDF): Journeys of the Mind and Brain
What gives our lives meaning? As scriptures have been toppled from their heights of infallibility, and the doctrine of special creation has given way to natural selection, the old answers have stopped working. But the need for meaning has not diminished. So what does meaning mean for questioning, doubting people like us? Worship Leader: Rev. Am ...…
What gives our lives meaning? As scriptures have been toppled from their heights of infallibility, and the doctrine of special creation has given way to natural selection, the old answers have stopped working. But the need for meaning has not diminished. So what does meaning mean for questioning, doubting people like us? Worship Leader: Rev. Am ...…
Unitarian Universalists generally believe that we are autonomous, independent individuals who have the right to do with our lives whatever we wish-including the right to end it. This sermon was inspired by the book Stay by Jennifer Michael Hecht who argues that suicide violates not a moral law but a human ethical imperative to stay alive with a ...…
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper was an African-American abolitionist, suffragist, poet, teacher, public speaker, and writer. She was active in social reform and was a member of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, which advocated the federal government taking a role in progressive reform. Her writings, poetry, and theology all leaned towards Un ...…
Assistant Minister Rev. Chris Jimmerson's sermon delivered on March 10, 2019. We often talk about our spiritual path. But is that journey inward or outward or both? Sometimes to become our truest self, we also have to unbecome who we are not.
Rev. Jeanne Pupke's Sermon for Sunday, March 10, 2019
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, March 10, 2019 The Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz wrote, “The purpose of poetry is to remind us / how difficult it is to remain just one person.” We all carry multiple and often conflicting stories about our lives. Narrative Therapy is a contemporary technique aimed at helping people rewrite those stories. It’s n ...…
There is never enough to go around.That is a message that is all around us. It is a fear that burns within us. It seems to be confirmed in the world. It is a "given." How might we fashion a different expectation?
The theologically-liberal have been charged with being unable to talk frankly about evil, a criticism that has some merit. However, today we’ll show the world that UUs can do evil as well as anyone. Worship leader: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern Worship Associate: Mike McLaughlin Special music: Veronika Agranov-Dafoe, piano…
Sharon Scholl guides us through consulting our hymnal as a way to engage our rich cultural heritage and enrich our spiritual life.
Speaker: Joe Hobot, Ed.D. Sunday, March 3, 2019 Generational poverty has affected the urban Native community for decades, and Dr. Hobot sees a need for dramatically different approaches to education to serve this and other marginalized communities. We are pleased to welcome back Dr. Hobot for part 2 of his examination of the Twin Cities America ...…
We talk of our journey to the beloved community all the time. We aspire to create a place that is diverse and welcoming to ALL. What does that look like when it is realized? How will we know when we get there? In this service, Rev. John will share his vision for the UUCA congregation, in particular, and Unitarian Universalism, in general, with ...…
Rev. Jeanne Pupke's Sermon for Sunday, March 3, 2019
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on March 3, 2019. James Baldwin said "Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced." On this Sunday we will be lifting up one chapter of our Unitarian Universalist history, the black empowerment controversy of 1969. What can we learn from these ancestors, if we c ...…
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, March 3, 2019 Our time has even been called the “Age of Authenticity” by sociologists. Corporations are paying big money for “authentic messaging.” Everybody, it seems, is working to be their authentic selves. What is it we’re looking for when we are looking for authenticity?…
It used to be a question: at what point did one give up wandering in search of a location and simply ask someone for directions. These days, the wonders of GPS have made it pretty difficult to get lost...right?
We'll explore the many faces of the work of nurturing and reflect on what happens when only a portion of the American population is groomed for, and then judged by, their capacity, interest, and commitment to being nurturing.
Together, we harvest the power, and we plant the seeds of a harvest yet to come. Come celebrate our UCWC community with words from Rev. Dan and members and special music from The Spirit Singers.By (Rev. Dan Schatz).
Rev. Sherman Logan's Sermon for Sunday, February 24, 2019
At worship on Feb. 24, 2019, Rev. Molly Housh Gordon’s topic was “Reparations & Soul Repair.” She explored these issues: If power is the ability to act, then our power is deeply affected by our resources. What do we do about the truth of history that many have been systemically robbed of resources and thus […]…
Assistant Minister Rev. Chris Jimmerson's sermon delivered on February 24, 2019. Unitarian Universalism has historically been a faith that questions and can even be skeptical. Yet, we call ourselves a faith, which implies a trust that we are a part of something larger than ourselves. What does it mean to trust and to be trustworthy? How do we r ...…
Forum Speaker: Drew Bekius Sunday, February 24, 2019 Drew, a humanist blogger, coach and former president of the Clergy Project, discusses his journey beyond deconversion that is shared by hundreds of post-faith religious leaders around the world.
Rev. Kelly will share what she learned at the Generosity Initiative, a program of the UU Pacific Western Region. Help her explore, and plant some seeds (literally). Religious Education during 9:15am service only, nursery care provided at both services.
How might we journey into the depths of our materiality—the fleshiness of our lived reality—through the five senses? How do our senses inspire our connections with one another? With the natural world? Using an ancient Christian text—deemed by some as heretical—called the Gospel of Truth we will explore how sight, smell, touch, taste and sound c ...…
It’s important to have something to hold on to in times of chaos, but we also know the perils of dogma. Rather than clinging to creeds, we can build practices that help us connect and find meaning. Come learn more about UU practices. Religious Education during 9:15am only, nursery care provided at both services.…
Speaker: Rev. David Breeden Sunday, February 24, 2019 The Code of Hammurabi, the Ten Commandments, the Great Chain of Being, the Voice of the People—how are all these similar? They claim the right to power by presupposing how reality works. But some of us beg to differ. Text (PDF): Decoding Hammurabi…
True spiritual depth is about something deeper and more important than perfection.By (Rev. Dan Schatz).
Small things can make a big difference. We’ll reflect on the ways someone has changed your whole day and maybe even your life by something that probably seemed quite small to them. And of course, we’ll open to ways that we can be that small and dramatic change for others. Worship Leader: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern Worship Associate: Sarah Kost ...…
20190310_0696-sermon Worship Service 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary March 10, 2019 Rev. Mary Margaret Earl As we deepen our awareness of the injustice of racism, we are eager to press for progress. But to really understand our context, and make deep change, we need to understand our history first. The Rev. Mary Margaret Earl is Executive Director ...…
Katie Dalbey recollects her experiences helping young teens in the wilderness, connecting them to restorative justice for a church in crisis.
20190303_0695-jablonski-sermon Worship Service 10:30 am in the Sanctuary March 3, 2019 Rev. Chris Holton Jablonski preaching Rev. Chris Holton Jablonski is a lifelong UU who grew up at the Framingham church. In his ministry he has served churches in Berkeley California and Portsmouth New Hampshire. He is very excited to be coming to lead worshi ...…
Who do you trust? Why do you trust them? Have you lost trust in someone or something? How do you get trust back? In this interactive service, Rev. John will lead you through some of the Soul Matters materials to get to the heart of the matter: Trust but verify!
Rev. Jeanne Pupke's Sermon on Sunday, February 17, 2019
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on February 17, 2019. Music can change the way your brain behaves, it can change moods, it can bring people together, Inspire and comfort us. Tyrants often fear the songwriters more than the rebel soldiers, as songs have toppled unjust regimes.
Speakers: Rev. David Breeden and Rev. Kelli Clement Sunday, February 17, 2019 Refections on the “communion” in community. Text (PDF): Breaking Bread
Rev. Eve Stevens opening words from Sunday, February 17, 2019: In mid-February Mahayana Buddhists celebrate a holiday that translates as Nirvana Day, the day when the Buddha is said to have left his human body to attain full enlightenment, leaving behind, at last, the cycle of life and death. . . . On Nirvana Day, Mahayana Buddhists make time f ...…
How Its Majesty Gives Me an Inkling of the Creative Nature of GodBy (Oné R. Pagán).
UUCJ is part of ICARE: the interfaith coalition for action, reconciliation, and empowerment. ICARE is a organization made up of almost 40 congregations in the city which fights for justice issues in Jacksonville. Lois, Meg, and Brian talk about the amazing work that ICARE does as we lead up to the Nehemiah assembly.…
Linda Hart Green urges us to commit to a higher good, to unity, and to love in the midst of our disagreement and discord.
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on February 10, 2019. Wynton Marsalis, in his book "To A Young Jazz Musician: Letters From The Road", talks about the philosophy of the Blues, how it both expressed and healed the lives of black people as they lived in a society which was structured to marginalize them. How do we learn from the Blues to exp ...…
Kelli McNeal's Sermon for Sunday, February 10, 2019
Speaker: Rev. Jim Foti Sunday, February 10, 2019 “Who or what is worthy of our trust?” is a question we spend our whole lives asking, as individuals, citizens, and humanists. Rev. Jim explores the ups and downs of making commitments to groups, institutions, and each other.
Where do we place our trust when it comes to understanding ourselves and our earthly home?
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