Best uua podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Unitarian Univeralism is a living tradition facilitating spiritual development. This podcast covers the components of what this living tradition entails.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Audio Podcast of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, NM.
 
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego - Sermons 2013
 
A UUA Blog for Youth and Young Adults of Color
 
The UU A Way Of Life podcasts describes the stages, characteristics, and benefits of the spiritual life.
 
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“Faith and UU: A Podcast For Everyone!” is the tentative name of the new podcast that comprises of funny stories from the psych ward, ministry teachings from the UU tradition, and exploration of the deep questions in life. Go with McKinley Sims on a journey through the wonders of this mystery we call Humanity. Explore topics and texts in an ope ...…
 
During the winter holidays, I hear of many lights. Hanukkah flames, the Yule log, solstice rituals that balance light and dark, and lights on trees inside and out, houses, wreathes and Advent candles. Today, that other great light from the Christmas legends, the star which the planetarium might say was a conjunction of planets, but to the Roman ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Download this episode (right click and save) by Reverend Renee Ruchotzke and Barbara Walker Worship Associate Congregational life can provide opportunities for growth and deepening as individuals and as communities. How might our congregation work faithfully with Rev. Tricia Hart in this time of interim ministry, to co-create such a community a ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Week three of booze-free and Vinney drinks a boozeless-beetroot-espresso-martini. We talk Cocaine (which country snorts the most?), the man who had a 4 day erection, Vinney and Amanda talk marathon traffic, and protests. Right-click to download the latest show. If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here To subscri ...…
 
Explore how our culture conditions us to place some groups’ wants above others’ needs, the role of misogyny, and how to start cultivating consent culture. In this podcast episode of our October 1, 2017, service, learn how rape culture is built and practical ways we can dismantle it. Read the full text of this sermon here: […] The post Ep. 16: C ...…
 
Our society could use more justice right now, but charity is still needed, too. How can we reconcile ways to be most helpful? In this podcast episode of our September 17, 2017, service, Harmony UU’s Sequoia students (grades 6 to 8) discuss their thoughts on charity vs. social justice. Read the full text of this sermon […] The post Ep. 15: Chari ...…
 
There Will Be Blood - Episode 7 Silver miner Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) leads a hardscrabble life with his son, H.W. (Dillon Freasier). When he hears about oil oozing from the ground near the Western town of Little Boston, Daniel takes his son on a mission to find their fortune. Daniel makes his lucky strike and becomes a self-made tyc ...…
 
Life shifts, changes, and molds as new relationships enter. Sarah Anne Stewart seeded what ultimately became Underground Unattached (UU). A former model, Sarah, guides humans toward greater fulfillment. After hosting numerous wellness retreats she received many requests - from men and women - to make romantic introductions. Sarah and I talk abo ...…
 
“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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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.…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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.…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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