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Welcome to Vallejo’s Community Presbyterian Church sermon podcast on Sunday, March 11, 2018. The Rev. Wendy Komori Stager is preaching the sermon entitled “I Choose Love: Communities of Forgiveness.” Our Old Testament reading today is Proverbs 10: 8-14 and Proverbs 15: 1-4, 7. Our Gospel lesson is from Luke 23: 32-43.…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/20180204_1S.mp3 A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, Lao Tzu told us more than two milenia ago. What else is reguired for a long journey?
 
Message Series: ‘Parable People: The Growing Seed’ Rev. Wendy Hansen-Smith and Taylor Whittle Scripture: Mark 4:26-29
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Face to Face: Meditations on Friendship and HospitalityAuthor: Steve WilkinsNarrator: Gentry RenchFormat: UnabridgedLength: 4 hrs and 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-08-18Publisher: Canon PressGenres: Self Development, RelationshipsPublisher's ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/20180107_1S.mp3 At our New Member Welcome ceremony, we always say that as people join, our church is made new. The turning of the year can also invite that sense of being made new. How might the theme of intention aid us in that endeavor in ways distinct from traditional goal-setting?…
 
Welcome to Vallejo’s Community Presbyterian Church sermon podcast for Sunday December 17, 2017. The Rev. Wendy Komori Stager is preaching. Her sermon today is “Joseph’s Dreams.” The Old Testament reading is from Isaiah 60: 1-6 and our New Testament lesson is from the Gospel of Matthew 1: 18 - 25.
 
Welcome to Vallejo’s Community Presbyterian Church sermon podcast for Sunday December 10, 2017. The Rev. Wendy Komori Stager is preaching. Her sermon today is “Large and Small Signs.” The Old Testament reading is from Isaiah 2: 1-5 and our New Testament lesson is from the Gospel of Luke 1: 26 - 56.
 
Featuring Rev. T. Michael Rock, BELLISSIMO!, and the RUCC Chancel Choir, Wendy Lukaszewski, soloist
 
Welcome to Vallejo’s Community Presbyterian Church sermon podcast for Sunday December 3, 2017. The Rev. Wendy Komori Stager is our pastor. Her sermon today is “Be Silent.” The Old Testament message is from Isaiah 40: 1-11 and our New Testament lesson is from the Gospel of Luke 1: 5-25 and 57-66.
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/20171203_1S.mp3 Poet Emily Dickinson described hope as the thing with feathers. In her view, it perches wordlessly within. What wisdom is there to remember that in this dark expectant time of year?
 
Rev. Wendy Calderon-Payne and Pamela Villa, from BronxConnect, visit Friends! They discuss the prison system, the closing of Rikers, Meek Mills, and Louis C.K. Rev. Wendy Calderon-Payne- executive director of BronxConnect, an alternative to incarceration and mentoring program that teaches leadership skills to court-involved or high risk childre ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/20171001_1S.mp3 Courage is another one of those words we too often think is a quality to be possessed. What might change if we understood it instead as behavior to live into?
 
Writer Anne LaMott says that the Book of Welcome absence from the Bible says something about why we are the way we are. How might we be called to write our story going forward where welcome is included?http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/20170917_1S.mp3
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/20170903_1S.mp3 On this Labor Day weekend, Rev. Wendy and members of our congregation explore work (whether paid or not) and its unanticipated gifts.
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/20170730_1S.mp3 A fair while ago, we accepted into our public lexicon the proverb ‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ It seems that many of us want to believe that irrespective of a child’s biological parentage, the upbringing of children is the responsibility of the community. We can ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/20170723_1S.mp3 At the heart of democracy is the notion that it allows for a government created by, for, and of the people. Yet, apathy runs rampant in our country and many of us are disheartened by polarized vitriol and big money special interests. How do we recover and embrace our own p ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/20170716_1S.mp3 With elections every two years, it is easy to believe we know who are what is winning or losing. Yet, when we are constantly making such assessments, we miss the opportunity to acknowledge there is always a gap between our (and everyone else’s) aspirations and our behavior ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/20170709_1S.mp3 It’s no secret that our forebears had a limited understanding of “We the People.” Still, they had an inkling that democracy is created by and responsible to all of us. Rather than trying to make us exactly the same, these three words invite us to see one another clearly an ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/20170604_1S.mp3 Our worship theme this month is joy. Often conflated with happiness, how might we understand it differently including our resistance to it? Might it be something to which we are asked to surrender?
 
The purpose of life is not to transcend the body, but to embody the transcendent. Living into interconnectedness, inclusion, and hospitality requires our bodies, as well as minds and hearts. We must be open to stories that reveal impact has more to teach us right now than intent.http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/20170521_ ...…
 
We’ve heard thousands of stories from people who’ve been hurt by someone in their faith communities–it’s one of the most common elements among The Liturgists. In this episode we discuss spiritual trauma: what it is, how to cope with it, and how to support others through it. Michael Gungor and Science Mike spoke with Hillary McBride, Teresa Pasq ...…
 
We’ve heard thousands of stories from people who’ve been hurt by someone in their faith communities–it’s one of the most common elements among The Liturgists. In this episode we discuss spiritual trauma: what it is, how to cope with it, and how to support others through it. Michael Gungor and Science Mike spoke with Hillary McBride, Teresa Pasq ...…
 
More than 600 Unitarian Universalist congregations have changed their worship topics at this time to address critical issues around race in our denomination and our country. We join in this deep reflection through story and song and invite you to join us.http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/20170507_1S.mp3…
 
Assistant Minister Rev. Chris Jimmerson's sermon delivered on April 30, 2017. Spring into Action 2017 will come to a close at the end of April. We spent the month exploring "welcoming," what is looks like and why it matters. Rev. Chris Jimmerson is joined by the Spring into Action team panel; Scott Butki, Wendy Erisman, Tomas Medina, Joe Milam- ...…
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/20170423_1S.mp3 Earth Day appeals to our environmental sensibilities and love of nature. Yet, how does Earth Day invite us into our own transformations?
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/20170416_1S.mp3 An improbable return to life lies at the heart of the Easter narrative. While its literal truth may challenge us, the metaphor, if we look closely, is likely familiar and has much to teach us.
 
http://jeffersonunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/20170402_1S.mp3 On this Sunday when we welcome Rev. Wendy Williams back from sabbatical time, we begin April’s exploration of what it means to be a people open to Transformation.
 
Friends Like Us talk with the Executive Director of Bronx Connect. BronxConnect is a faith and community based alternative to incarceration program for Bronx court involved youth. Featured Guests: Rev. Wendy Calderon-Payne - worked for Urban Youth Alliance, Recognized for great leadership and making a positive impact in New York by Women's Cauc ...…
 
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