Best unitarian universalism podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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University Unitarian Church Sermons
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San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
 
Our 19th century Unitarian ancestor, Ralph Waldo Emerson, opened a famous speech at Harvard Divinity School on July 15, 1838 with those words. Emerson’s address harshly criticized and profoundly altered the nature and character of the Unitarianism of his day. Is the Unitarian Universalism of the 21st century in need of a similar change of cours ...…
 
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Addressing Alaskans – Alaska Public Media
 
Unalaska. Photo: Cindy Christian This week we’re hearing about the effects that climate change can have on fragile and native populations. Guest speakers Salote Soqo and Patricia Cochran will address their experiences on the front lines of climate action in the South Pacific and Alaska. LISTEN HERE Patricia’s slideshow presentation Salote’s sli ...…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Strange Foolishness: Meditations on Political Correctness “Strange Foolishness: Meditations on Political Correctness.” -- Is Unitarian Universalism "a chapel of political correctness,” as some have charged? -- (and is that a bad thing?) ... We try to untangle the cultural, theological, and political threads that impact our thinking, our speakin ...…
 
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University Unitarian Church Sermons
 
http://www.uuchurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Beyond-These-Walls.mp3 Sermon delivered by Rev. Beth Chronister. The post Beyond These Walls (Rev. Beth Chronister, July 9, 2017) appeared first on University Unitarian Church.
 
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First Unitarian Society of Madison Podcast Feed
 
Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, January 24th, 2017.The title of these reflections hearkens back to Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay “Self-Reliance” and his admonition to: “Trust thyself; every heart vibrates to that iron string.” Emerson was a notable advocate for independence, autonomy and personal inte ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Kelly Crocker at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, October 4th, 2015.I have lost track of the number of times I have explained Unitarian Universalism as a covenantal, not creedal, faith. Whether with family members or friends, I recognize the emphasis on non creedal, lettingthem know we do not have one theological state ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Scott Prinster at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, July 12th, 2015.As medical researchers develop astounding new technologiesto repair our injuries and heal our illnesses— even to the point of "improving" our bodies with superhuman memory, longevity, health, and ability we face a host of new ethical questions. Are thes ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Kelly Crocker at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, November 30th, 2014.It has been said that the defining religious discipline of Unitarian Universalism needs to be gratitude. It reminds us how utterly dependent we are on one another and our amazing world for our own existence. That realization calls us to create a futu ...…
 
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First Unitarian Society of Madison Podcast Feed
 
Sermon by retired University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Joe Elder at the First Unitarian Society of Madison on June 29th, 2014.Upon sighting the crescent moon, Muslims throughout the world are starting the month of Ramadan with fasting and special acts of charity. l will explore dimensions of the increasing presence of Muslim congregations ...…
 
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First Unitarian Society of Madison Podcast Feed
 
Sermon by the Rev. Kelly Crocker at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, June 15th, 2014.There are many stories, from many religions around the globe, of how life started on our amazing planet. Through the wisdom of science we have learned the story of the unfolding of life on Earth. But perhaps we need a new story, an epic tale of the emerg ...…
 
Rev. Jerry Hancock, Minister at the First Congregational Church in Madison and Director of Prison Ministries for the United Church of Christ gives a sermon at the First Unitarian Society on June 1st, 2014.Our guest speaker this weekend will be The Rev. Jerry Hancock, Director of the Prison Ministry Project at the United Church of Christ since 2 ...…
 
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First Unitarian Society of Madison Podcast Feed
 
Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, October 20th, 2013.It was Theodore Parker, a 19th century Unitarian minister and ardent abolitionist, who famously declared that, “The arc of the moral universeis long, but it bends toward justice.” It is a comforting thought, but does it accurately reflect our knowle ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, March 10th, 2013.Cheating has been very much in the news these past few months. Harvard University, that bastion of academic probity, expelled several dozen students for this offense. Investigators have revealed that hundreds of aspiring teachers in several southern s ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Kelly Crocker at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, January 27th, 2013.Our sermon series on our UU Principles continues as we look at the Fourth Principle – the Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning. This is the Principle that oftentimes gets changed into the statement “I’m a UU, I can believe whatever I want ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, November 11th, 2012.One characteristic that Unitarianism and Universalism have always held in common is an aversion to creeds and doctrinal membership tests. The “individual right of conscience”—permission to think our own thoughts and voice our opinions without fear ...…
 
Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, September 23rd, 2012.Fans of Star Trek: the Next Generation will recognize Data as the star ship Enterprise’s all-capable science officer, successor to the celebrated Mr. Spock. Data, however, is a highly sophisticated robot – an android – rather than a biological ent ...…
 
Paul Boyer, Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, gives a sermon at the First Unitarian Society of Madison on June 19th, 2011.
 
Hear our journeyers from General Assembly share what they have learned about the practices of Unitarian Universalism as we face the rise to meet the challenges and opportunities of 2017. All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis, IN.
 
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State of Belief - Religion and radio done differently.
 
The Supreme Court announced a major religious freedom ruling this past week that could undermine Church-State separation for decades to come. This week on State of Belief, Interfaith Alliance’s radio show and podcast, we’ll speak with a law professor who will trace the origins and implications of the ruling in Trinity Lutheran v. Comer. Host Re ...…
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
Well, what do you know! No, really: what do you know—and how do you know it? And how do you know that you know it? Our fourth UU Principle says that we are committed to a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” But how do we go about searching for truth, and how do we know when we have found it? Well, one obvious way to know things ...…
 
Broadcast live from CLF’s booth in the exhibit hall, this high energy show is full of hope, excitement, testimonies and news. Lots of people, including parish and community ministers, congregational leaders, UUA staff, GA first-timers, youth caucus leaders, and CLF members, stopped by for both serious and silly conversations and everything in b ...…
 
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Coffeepot Fellowship Podcast
 
Getting 30 minutes with Rev. Jeanne Pupke this particular week was an honor and nearly miraculous since there are just seven days left in her 18-month presidential campaign! Rev. Jeanne will be in New Orleans this week for the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association. In exactly one week, Saturday June 25th, 2017, all three ca ...…
 
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Lessons from Unity Cedar Rapids
 
Our guest this week is Kathleen Mavity. Kathleen is a worship associate, member of the Board of Trustees, and choir director of the Cedar Rapids Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist. You will be fascinated to hear her story that took from being a practicing Catholic to wandering around as one of the “unchurched” to then landing and settled int ...…
 
Amanda and Sam cruise all over the Bible, seeing how modern progressive ideas are ancient and Biblical. Unitarian Universalism is no longer an exclusively Christian belief network, But it is still historically linked to the Bible, and it's seven principles can all be traced back to Biblical teachings. Amanda, who is in training to become a UU m ...…
 
Nicholas Hlifka grew up as an atheist until a Christian teacher shared his faith with him in high school. While attending the State University of New York at Fredonia, he took a class with Dale Tuggy. When he found out that Tuggy was a biblical unitarian, he was immediately wary of such a heretical belief. Over time, he challenged Tuggy, his be ...…
 
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Sermon Archive and Podcast – UUCA – Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
 
For the last couple years, I have been leading youth ministry trainings for the Southern Region of our Unitarian Universalist Association. There’s an activity I do sometimes with the youth advisors I am training where I ask them to write their various identities on index cards, and then arrange the cards into piles based on whether it’s a privi ...…
 
The VUU welcomes the Rev. Ashley Horan, executive director of MUUSJA, and Nora Rasman, campaign manager at Standing on the Side of Love. We talk about being unapologetically radical and spiritual and how liberalism tends to show up. We also go deep into the meaning of covenant and how spiritual practice and self care are critical for justice wo ...…
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
It seems to me we speak all the time and all at once of two kinds of spiritual integrity, two ways of being deeply, liberally, religious—one looking inward, one looking outward. And that presents a kind of paradox. Our work as 21st century Unitarian Universalists is to attend to both at once, never one without the other, because in fact they ar ...…
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
Have you ever had a spiritual experience, a sense of movement of the spirit? A flash in time when your appreciation for the world was so complete, so perfect, that you were transfixed and transformed? A moment in which you had found a place that you treasure in your heart? But then, when you described it to others, the words were never full eno ...…
 
7 PM Central - Nature Folk with Selena Fox: Pagan Unitarian Universalist Voices: Selena talks with Circle Sanctuary Minister, Jerrie Hildebrand and others about their Unitarian Universalist Pagan spiritual practices and perspectives, and the forthcoming book, Pagan and Earth-Centered Voices in Unitarian Universalism. 8 PM Central - Circle Talk: ...…
 
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University Unitarian Church Sermons
 
http://www.uuchurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/sermon20170528.mp3 Sermon delivered by Rev. Jon M. Luopa at University Unitarian Church (05/28/2017). The post Vital Dust (Rev. Jon M. Luopa, May 28, 2017) appeared first on University Unitarian Church.
 
The post Stuck at the Intersection: Race, Class and Unitarian Universalism appeared first on Valley Unitarian Universalist.
 
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Sermon Archive and Podcast – UUCA – Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
 
Animal Blessing Service Story – Jessica Seales https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ym14TcsJfX3l-1n1baQhxhoe32aymZwnYdpA3uGgRcg/edit?usp=sharing Since I was young, I always have loved living in the city. I never wanted to be the kind of person that wanted a slow-paced, small town life. So, you might imagine that I never expected to be the ki ...…
 
If you are a shut in, can't make it to church every Sunday, or you don't do the church thing, you can still hear inspirational, interfaith, interspiritual messages based on the teachings of Yogic Philosophy, Buddhism, Mystical Christianity, Mystical Unitarian Universalism, and the lastes findings in science and the Wisdom Tradtions. Join us eve ...…
 
Things are falling apart, beloveds. In Unitarian Universalism, in our nation, in the world. White supremacy is gurgling up from its gut either a rallying cry, or a death rattle—but either way, it is shaking the earth and toppling the structures we have come to use as landmarks… It is only when things fall apart […]…
 
Rev. Anastassia Zinke, preaching. All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis, IN.
 
Lena K. Gardner and Leslie Mac join The VUU to talk about the 2017 UUA General Assembly and the needs for Unitarian Universalists of color around safety/security, worship, and community. Show notes: Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) organizing collective 2017 UUA General Assembly, June 21-25 in New Orleans BLUU’s programs at General ...…
 
Episode 182: Devising and Moment Work with Barbara Pitts McAdams Barbara Pitts McAdams is a company member of the Tectonic Theatre Project and was an original cast member/co-creator of The Laramie Project. The Laramie Project is a devised, interview-based play about the beating and death of Matthew Shepard. Since the play was published it’s bee ...…
 
The social revolutions of the 1960s mercifully opened new doors concerning acceptable gender roles. Yet core male archetypes (universal psychological patterns) remain. When these are healthfully balanced a man (or anyone with a largely male "essence") is likely to thrive, and enhance the lives of others. But if any are stunted or malformed, the ...…
 
The post A Soul that Filled the Universe: Lessons from the Life of Mary Wollstonecraft appeared first on Valley Unitarian Universalist.
 
The VUU welcomes Michael Crumpler, LGBTQ and Intercultural Programs Manager at the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). We talk about how queer people of color are hurt by undiagnosed white supremacy and current limitations in progressive spaces in pastoring around race. Michael also shares his personal story about how his queer experience ...…
 
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Drinks with a Minister Podcast
 
Han Hills is a humanist celebrant in South Carolina who loves personal and touching ceremonies. This episode’s drinks: green tea and green jasmine tea. Topics we covered: Officiant erasure – why does the belt get credited in wedding magazines but the officiant doesn’t? Why the wedding ceremony isn’t just the necessary thing that has to happen b ...…
 
The Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU), in response to the racial inequity in hiring practices at the Unitarian Universalist Association called on UU congregations to spend one Sunday this spring focusing worship on white supremacy. In their invitation, BLUU leaders wrote “’White Supremacy’ is a provocative phrase, as it conjures up i ...…
 
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Westside Unitarian Universalist Church Podcast
 
Building a world of peace and justice starts within, and then radiates out into action. Today we consider how we can begin transforming the world by transforming our own churches and faith tradition. We will consider the faces of limitation that exist in Unitarian Universalism, and consider how we might ‘be the change we wish to see in the world.’…
 
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UU Fellowship of San Luis Obispo County
 
Unitarian Universalists think of ourselves as rebels and individualists, but in truth, we love our fellowships and churches! And we have a long history of supporting institutions large and small, from Harvard University to the League of Women Voters to the United Nations. In an age when educational, media, and governmental institutions are unde ...…
 
http://uuchurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/sermon20170430.mp3 Sermon delivered by Rev. Jon M. Luopa at University Unitarian Church (04/30/2017). The post The Many Faces of White Supremacy (Rev. Jon M. Luopa, April 30, 2017) appeared first on University Unitarian Church.
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
The word economics comes from a Greek word meaning household management, something I’ve done a lot of in my life. So you’d think I’d have a knack for it. But the truth is, like too many of us (especially women), I gave up understanding money and how it works in the world at an early age. When I try to make sense of it, especially when I speak w ...…
 
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