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Sky Island Unitarian Universalist Church
 
Rev. Christiane Heyde welcomes you to Sky Island UU. Sky Island UU is a welcoming congregation and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Churches or UUA.
 
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Audio Podcast of the First Unitarian Church of Abq
 
Audio Podcast of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, NM.
 
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All Souls Church Unitarian Podcast
 
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.
 
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Recorded Sermons – First Parish in Needham Unitarian Universalist
 
A Welcoming Congregation & A Green Sanctuary
 
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First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Sermons 2013
 
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Sermons 2013
 
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All Souls Church Unitarian Podcast
 
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.
 
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PowerUp with Rev Monica
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A UUA Blog for Youth and Young Adults of Color
 
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Paula Cole Jones, Racial and Social Justice Consultant for the Central East Region will come and speak to us. It has been 20 years since the UUA passed a resolution to undo racism in our institution. Just recently over 700 UU congregations agreed to do teach-ins on white supremacy. Now is the time for UU Principles to guide us, but do they go f ...…
 
Many of us have struggled with the story of Noah’s Ark because we’re trying to find the good in it. It raises so many questions, such as why God would create something, and then set it up to fail. In this podcast episode of our June 18, 2017, service, Harmony UU member Kif Corcoran examines […] The post Ep. 11: Two by Two: A UU’s Perspective on ...…
 
@LeslieMac & @VeryWhiteGuy discuss UUA General Assembly, #BlogHer17, their nieces graduation, disturbing NRA video, Grand Rapids woman kicked out of our mall for wearing shorts & a Finding Nemo tank top, DC teens handcuffed for selling water get summer jobs, David Ortiz roast pulled because of racist jokes, NJ passes bill to teach kids how to … ...…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Not Knowing - The Resistance to Certainty Rev. Sonya, now Minister to the UU Congregation of Tuolumne County in Sonora, preached an earlier version of this sermon to the UUs of Oakland as part of a recent UUA “teach-in” series on the issue. If you have any lingering concerns, questions, or thoughts on this topic, please do feel free to e-mail h ...…
 
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 ...…
 
This will be the last service before the UUA Presidential election at General Assembly in New Orleans. Together, with leadership from the Board and staff, we’ll take time to mark the big week Rev. Susan and all of us are entering. We’ll send Rev. Susan off with blessings and honor this moment in the life of the congregation.…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Confessions of A Curious Cleric: Reflections On 45 Years of Ministry We each bring our own gifts. Ministry is something we all do. John will confess what he wishes he had done differently. Perhaps to inspire us to stay curious and open to what the future may unfold. The Choir will end with the Forman Benediction by Daniel Pinkham, composed in J ...…
 
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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 ...…
 
Our guests are the Rev. Nathan Ryan, assistant minister of the UU Church of Baton Rouge, and Kimberly Hampton, candidate for ministry and blogger. We talk about the difference in racism between the north and the south, how as a nation misremember our American history around racism and slavery, and how institutional UUism doesn’t consistently sh ...…
 
At Harmony, we believe in caring for planet Earth, the home we share with all living things. How do we reconcile the seventh UU principle with eating meat? Is there really such a thing as ethical bacon? In this podcast episode of our June 4, 2017, service, Harmony member Erin Kotch explores what food labels […] The post Ep. 10: Living the 7th P ...…
 
This sermon, “Why Would a Practicing Catholic Attend UU Services Every Other Week?: Redux,” was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on May 21, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Jon King Good morning. I think most of you know me […] The po ...…
 
This Meadville Lombard Theological School 2017 Commencement Address was delivered seven weeks after the unprecedented resignation of the president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), Peter Morales. His resignation was a direct result of a public conversation and controversy regarding ongoing influences and impacts of racism on the ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
This sermon, “Big Money Influencing Politics: How Can We Stop It?,” was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on May 7, 2017. It is published on this podcast with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Dick Galloway Last fall’s election clearly revealed that Americans across t ...…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Two Types of Religion Despite the tremendous diversity in the U.S. religious landscape, there are really only two kinds of religion. Most people practice one or the other, and only one of them leads us to a fuller, deeper, richer experience of life. Our guest preacher is the Regional Lead for the Pacific Western Region of the UUA. The service w ...…
 
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Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun Sermons
 
Recent events at the Unitarian Universalist Association, including the resignation of UUA President Rev. Peter Morales, have underscored the work needed to fight institutional racism in our country and in our faith. It’s hard, it’s confusing, it’s tempting to run away…and it is the work of our time. Come hear your UUA Primary Contact, Rev. Mega ...…
 
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UU Church of Annapolis Podcast
 
After a reading by Pesha Gertler, read by Seminarian and AWAKE Music Director Joshua Long, Rev. John shares why we must say yes to turmoil, controversy and confusion. He calls it all "holy work" and shares stories about his journey, UUCA's changes, and the current UUA controversy to make his point about resurrection.…
 
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West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church
 
Rev. Patricia Hart, Worship LeaderRev. Chris Long, Worship Leader This is an unusual Sunday service, at an unusual and urgent time in our faith. The Unitarian Universalist Association Board, the UU Ministers Association, and the Liberal Religious Educators Association among others are urging all UUA congregations to heed a call from Black Lives ...…
 
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UU Church of Annapolis Podcast
 
In a very passionate sermon, Rev. Christina Leone Tracy discusses transformation, change, UUCAs present and future, as well as the current UU/UUA Climate. How can we give away our church to gain a true and just UU faith? Listen to this sermon. The first 3-minutes are missing so the written text is below: I love the story that I read to you earl ...…
 
Lena K. Gardner, executive director of the Black Lives of UU organizing collective, joins The VUU. Lena and the panel talk about the continual harm being done to Unitarian Universalists of color; how the use of covenant, right relationships and “safety” exemplify white fragility around racial discomfort; Rev. Don Southworth’s letter to the UUA ...…
 
There are many changes going on right now in the executive level of the UUA, which has far-reaching implications for the regional districts and the membership at large. Join Rev. Joe Cherry as he talks about the changes, and how to stick together in difficult times like these.
 
In her sermon, Harmony member Rochelle Collins shares a brief overview of creative resistance in recent history. From the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1940s and 50s to the Fearless Girl statue in New York’s Financial District, art can be a powerful vehicle for political expression and change. Get inspired by the examples shared in thi ...…
 
Coming of Age is a faith formation program for youth that centers on the creation of a credo statement. The VUU welcomes to the show Bart Frost, Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries with the UUA, and Hannah Eller-Isaacs, one of the leaders of this youth program at Unity Church-Unitarian in St. Paul, MN. We talk about the new Coming of A ...…
 
As a small association of congregations, it can be easy to assume that the UUA does “not really matter.” Historically, we have always made a difference, even with our small numbers. The same is still true today. As Congregational Life Staff for the MidAmerica Region of the UUA, Rev. Sharon Dittmar regularly observes the difference our congregat ...…
 
How we handle money can be a source of insight about how our spiritual approach to life developed and how it has evolved for us over the years. With stories about family life and overlooked inheritances, Roger Jones invites us to think about our personal relationships, our sense of self, our money, and those funny places where they overlap. Bio ...…
 
A congregation is always in a state of becoming. When someone new walks in the door, the community changes. When someone leaves, the community changes. But when a minister leaves, the community has an opportunity for reflection and perhaps a change in focus or direction. Rev. Renee Ruchotzke is UUYO’s Primary Contact with the Central East Regio ...…
 
If you’ve ever wondered about transgender parenting or how to love and support our transgender youth, this episode of the Harmony UU Podcast is for you. Listen in as a local mom shares moments and realizations from her personal parenting journey. For our guest speaker Lisa Phair (as for many of us), the process of loving like […] The post Ep. 6 ...…
 
@LeslieMac & @VeryWhiteGuy discuss our dog gets a squirrel, direct primary health care, Google ad controversy, Books & Bros in STL, Fearless Girl statue lives on, integrated schools with segregated results, FBI can’t find hackers due to weed, #TransVisibilityDay, the UUA is a supremacist institution, Miss DC rocks a natural, Black Babies Cost L ...…
 
Alison Miller is the last of the three candidates for UUA President to join The VUU in March. Throughout our conversation, Alison emphasizes the UUA’s need to invest in growth and to make institutional changes. The VUU is hosted by Meg Riley (currently on sabbatical), Joanna Fontaine Crawford, Aisha Hauser, Hank Peirce, Michael Tino and Alicia ...…
 
Jeanne Pupke joins us as the second of three candidates for UUA President who will be on The VUU in March. Throughout our conversation, Jeanne emphasizes collaboration and active listening as foundational to her leadership style. The VUU is hosted by Meg Riley, Joanna Fontaine Crawford, Aisha Hauser, Hank Peirce, Michael Tino and Alicia Forde, ...…
 
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UU Church of Annapolis Podcast
 
What does Trapeze have to do with being a UU? As it turns out, quite a bit! Let's talk about the risks we might need to take as we leap into a very uncertain religious and political future.
 
"Risking a Theology that Matters" Rev. Lucas Hergert Does Unitarian Universalism have a shared theology--one that can make a difference in our world? This sermon will explore the ways our progressive religious vision offers hope in times of challenge. Bio: The Rev. Lucas Hergert is the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Livermore, ...…
 
This sermon, “Empathy: Too Little, or Too Much?,” was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on March 5, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Paul Smith We often think of our capacity to experience the suffering of others as the ultimate […] Th ...…
 
Susan Frederick-Gray joins us as the first of three candidates for UUA President who will be on The VUU in March. Throughout our conversation, Susan emphasizes the importance of fundraising and mission as central to the role of president. The VUU is hosted by Meg Riley, Joanna Fontaine Crawford, Aisha Hauser, Hank Peirce, Michael Tino and Alici ...…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Love, Remembered Congregations often accumulate layers of love and stories over decades, like layers of sediment below the surface. They may not be visible, but they are the ground on which we stand. The Rev. Diane Miller, who was ordained by this congregation 40 years ago, was Assistant Minister, Interim Senior Minister, and Associate Minister ...…
 
This sermon, “Our Muslim Neighbors,” was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on February 19, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Shaykh Aiyub Muhammad Hansbhai For this brief introduction to Islam and Muslims, let’s begin with a few definit ...…
 
Kenny Wiley and Lena K. Gardner join us from the Black Lives of UU organizing collective. What a full and deep conversation about immigration, the threats to penalize protestors and how that will change organizing tactics, the need to move from reactionary to visionary, the life-giving form of creativity around resistance. Plus, Kenny, Lena and ...…
 
This sermon, “Belief, Knowledge, and Truth,” was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on February 5, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Mike Markey This talk is about epistemology, which is the study of how we know things. Better put, it [… ...…
 
What’s your Frontline? The post election has left us asking ourselves, how do we, even can we resist? We explore asking What’s your Frontline? and move forward with experiences, examples and affirming our UU values. “When faced with Challenges and Seasons of uncertainty, especially as we look for joy, love and peace, how can we stay strong? Wha ...…
 
Would you like to represent the Church of the Larger Fellowship at General Assembly (GA) this summer? The CLF is entitled to 22 delegates at the UUA’s General Assembly in New Orleans, LA, on June 21-25 2017. You will also be able to attend workshops, concerts, programs, and worship services galore, while meeting Unitarian Universalists from nea ...…
 
We talk with Judith Frediani about religious educators as community organizers and how they apply an intersectional lens in curricula that benefits all parts of congregational life. We also go deep into rankism and the many ways people assert their superiority. In our UU faith movement, this manifests itself around credentialing for religious e ...…
 
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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
 
Dread, Hope, And Expectation On the Sunday after the presidential inauguration, and our annual UUSF Spaghetti Supper for Social Justice, the Choir will sing, “Take Care of This House,” from the Lerner/ Bernstein musical, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It includes the line, “but hope isn’t easy to see.” John’s sermon will be based on his own experien ...…
 
This sermon, “Food and Our World, was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on January 15, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writers, with all rights reserved. By Rob Rogan with Karen Gotschall I have spent the better part of my adult life working in the food […] The post Ep. ...…
 
Led by Midge Miles and Worship Associate Lori Fatchet-McGee We’re beginning a season of change, so what should we expect? What do we need to know to travel the new road ahead? Do we have a compass or a map? Midge Miles, a Regional Transition Coach assigned to our congregation by the Central East Region of the UUA, will be speaking to us about w ...…
 
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