Best unitarian universalism podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Awakening Spirit, Nurturing Hope, and Inspiring Action
 
Sermons Delivered at All Souls Unitarian Church, Tulsa
 
Readings, sermons and other selections recorded during the Sunday morning Worship Services at The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, New Jersey.
 
Podcasts of past sermons from All Souls Church Unitarian in Washington, D.C. All Souls is a diverse, spirit-growing, justice seeking community where all are welcome! Visit us online at http://www.all-souls.org.
 
This is the RSS Feed of the UU Church of Amherst's Sermon Archive
 
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.
 
The Reverend Peter Friedrichs delivers his weekly message to the congregation of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County.
 
Sunday service recordings from the UU Church of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois (UUCUC). Unitarian Universalism is a progressive, liberal religion that embraces theological diversity. Unitarian Universalist congregations include atheists, agnostics, and believers, and do not share a creed, but are unified by a shared search for truth and meaning in our lives. The roots of Unitarian Universalism are in liberal Christianity, specifically Unitarianism and Christian Universalism. From these tradition ...
 
Where Reason is the Partner of Faith
 
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The Pamphlet Podcast
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A podcast uncovering the hidden histories of Unitarian Universalism
 
Sermons from the pulpit of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville
 
Unitarian Universalism does not have a mandatory set of beliefs or a restrictive creed. Each member is free to seek religious and spiritual development according to the dictates of conscience and intellect. As a member fellowship of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship promotes The Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association in our Fellowship life and in our individual lives.
 
Rev. Tony Lorenzen preaches the good news of Unitarian Universalism from the pulpit of one Unitarian Universalism's historic churches in Hopedale, MA.
 
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This blog and podcast provide sermons, news, and information about Unitarian Universalism from Rev. Aaron White.
 
Unitarian Universalism is a tradition of intellectual as well as spiritual searching. This audio series hosts some of the most stimulating and intellectually invigorating lectures presented at All Souls Unitarian Church in Manhattan, New York.Lectures hosted by Rev. David Robb, Assistant Minister for Adult Education
 
A podcast of Sunday sermons delivered by the Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson, Fellowship members and guests at the Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Vista, California. Founded in 1959 by primarily religious humanists who sought to create a place where each individual could explore and grow in freedom. Unitarian Universalism is a values-based liberal faith that emerged out of liberal Christianity, but has grown to be broadly inclusive theologically. If you value a caring and dynamic communit ...
 
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The Universalist part is about universal love, forgiveness and acceptance and most of us are on board with that message. But why are we Unitarians? So many of us don't believe in God and don't feel we need to respond to the idea of the trinity as our ancestors did. Come learn about why we still claim the name Unitarian.…
 
For this episode our hosts chatted with Rev. Jake Morrill and Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason about Unitarian Universalist Christianity. This is the first in a series of shows we will be doing about the many faiths practiced within Unitarian Universalism. After this show the VUU hosts recognized that the discussion centered a white Christian UU len ...…
 
Inspired by the “Immigration as a Moral Issue” curriculum of the Unitarian Universalist Association, this series will explore the complex issue of immigration from the perspective of Unitarian Universalist values. In 2013 the UUA declared, “A belief in the ‘inherent worth and dignity of every person’ is core to Unitarian Universalism: every per ...…
 
Inspired by the “Immigration as a Moral Issue” curriculum of the Unitarian Universalist Association, this series will explore the complex issue of immigration from the perspective of Unitarian Universalist values. In 2013 the UUA declared, “A belief in the ‘inherent worth and dignity of every person’ is core to Unitarian Universalism: every per ...…
 
Rev. Dr. Nori Rost shares the story of her faith journey and the pain that accompanies praying for healing that never happens. She also shares about her “UU turn” into Unitarian Universalism, in this one-to-one interfaith conversation with In Good Faith host, Ahriana Platten.
 
It was five years ago this week that the US Supreme Court handed down its ironically-named "Citizens United" decision, opening the floodgates to big money in politics. A core principle of Unitarian Universalism is "use of the democratic process within our congregations and society at large." This Sunday, Rev. Peter and worship associate Josie C ...…
 
Recorded live Sunday, January 14th, 2018 , MLK Day Service, by the Reverend Florence Caplow, Dawn Blackman, and Deanna Hence. Click to play this service recording, or subscribe to our podcasts in the iTunes store to download new episodes automatically to your computer or smartphone. See the Podcast Guide for more help…
 
A look at the environmentalm, agricultural and social transformation legacy of the Austrian visionary Rudolf Steiner Professor Daniel McKanan is the Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, where he specializes in the American history of religious and spiritual movements for social transformation, w ...…
 
A look at the environmentalm, agricultural and social transformation legacy of the Austrian visionary Rudolf Steiner Professor Daniel McKanan is the Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, where he specializes in the American history of religious and spiritual movements for social transformation, w ...…
 
Inspired by the “Immigration as a Moral Issue” curriculum of the Unitarian Universalist Association, this series will explore the complex issue of immigration from the perspective of Unitarian Universalist values. In 2013 the UUA declared, “A belief in the ‘inherent worth and dignity of every person’ is core to Unitarian Universalism: every per ...…
 
In recent years, spiritual memoirs have frequently become best-selling books, garnering public acclaim. What distinguishes them as a special subset of autobiography? In this two-part presentation, Dr. Mason will introduce participants to the genre and encourage the preparation of brief personal memoirs by the participants. Workshops will follow ...…
 
In the 1500s scholars in northern Italy began questioning the traditional doctrine of the Trinity. Before long the Inquisition forced these burgeoning Italian biblical unitarians to flee, resulting in the spread of their ideas to other parts of Europe. The two most significant groups that emerged were the Polish Brethren and the Unitarian Churc ...…
 
As liberal thinkers, Unitarian-Universalists tend to boast and tease ourselves about how we doubt and question belief systems. This series will focus not so much on what we question as on what we do not bother to question. The more we surround ourselves with like-minded people and ideas, the less we are able to spot ways in which we might be wr ...…
 
As liberal thinkers, Unitarian-Universalists tend to boast and tease ourselves about how we doubt and question belief systems. This series will focus not so much on what we question as on what we do not bother to question. The more we surround ourselves with like-minded people and ideas, the less we are able to spot ways in which we might be wr ...…
 
As liberal thinkers, Unitarian-Universalists tend to boast and tease ourselves about how we doubt and question belief systems. This series will focus not so much on what we question as on what we do not bother to question. The more we surround ourselves with like-minded people and ideas, the less we are able to spot ways in which we might be wr ...…
 
On October 31, 1517 — exactly 500 years ago this month — Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, posted his now-famous 95 Theses at the door of the University Church in Wittenberg, Germany. This was at the time the traditional device to invite a public debate on specific issues. In fact his gesture ignited a firestorm that swept through much of Eur ...…
 
Join us as we explore the many complex issues surrounding Unitarian Universalism and the military. Rev. Rina Shere, a chaplain at the VA Medical Center in Wade Park, Cleveland, will speak about the history of our faith as it relates to the armed forces, offer a space for remembrance, and share stories about war and peace from the veterans she m ...…
 
Join us as we explore the many complex issues surrounding Unitarian Universalism and the military. Rev. Rina Shere, a chaplain at the VA Medical Center in Wade Park, Cleveland, will speak about the history of our faith as it relates to the armed forces, offer a space for remembrance, and share stories about war and peace from the veterans she m ...…
 
This year is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. All Protestant denominations got their start on October 31, 1571 - and that includes Unitarian Universalism. It's been a long journey and this Sunday I concluded the story of how we got this way by continuing to unravel the many twists and turns that our journey has taken.…
 
A person can be loyal to a place, a person, a cause, an ideal, a vision, to God, to their religion or religious community, to a value, a relationship, or a promise that has been made. A world without fidelity to these would be a world without bravery, integrity, trust, and love. But how is fidelity distorted in today's world? And what does fide ...…
 
Some religions are pluralistic - like Unity or Baha’i that say all those who believe in God are welcome. And some religions are atheist - Buddhism. But Unitarian Universalism is both! Historically ...
 
Here’s a quote that I really love: “Vulnerability is the core of all emotions and feelings. To feel is to be vulnerable. To believe vulnerability is weakness is to believe that feeling is weakness. To foreclose on our emotional life out of a fear that the costs will be too high is to walk away from the very thing that gives purpose and meaning ...…
 
I’m a grown man. I’m doing time for the second time around in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. In other words, I’m not new to this thing. I should be toughened up, and in no way vulnerable. Right? Wrong! For me, vulnerability presents itself through a variety of uncertainties and insecurities: How long will I be here? Who will be my ce ...…
 
This sermon was preached at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Huntington on 9/17/17. It reflects on some of the foundational tenets of Unitarian Universalism, and the wisdom they offer us in our times of brokenness and self-doubt.
 
This sermon was preached at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Huntington on 9/17/17. It reflects on some of the foundational tenets of Unitarian Universalism, and the wisdom they offer us in our times of brokenness and self-doubt.
 
On this Labor Day weekend, Fran Quigley will lead us in reflecting about how we can mitigate income and wealth disparity not just in our communities but also in our own workplaces. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. held that a more equal sharing of our wealth is a necessary foundation for a beloved community. That journey toward economic jus ...…
 
“We, the Member Congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association…” Karen Muñoz, Jordan Buckley, Billy Stokes, and Rev. Scottie McIntyre Johnson share their experiences. Unitarian Universalism is congregationally-based; we have been (at least on our Unitarian side) since our Puritan ancestors declared it to be so in 1648. Each individual ...…
 
A few months ago I had the opportunity, along with 1500 others, to hear Dr. Takiyah Nur Amin on a panel discussion representing BLUU, Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism. Our Unitarian Universalist denomination is courageously discussing its past and present participation, along with the rest of America and religion, in white supremacy. BLUU ...…
 
Sermon by affiliated community minister Jim Jaeger at the first Unitarian Society on July 23rd, 2017.Many recent surveys of religious preferences have shown that the fastest growing groups are those who identify as “none” or “spiritual not religious.” What exactly does this mean, especially for the vitality of our religious communities? What is ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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