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Who Knows What Will Come To You?

August 9, 2009

Rev. Sandy Szelag
In her memoir Moments of Being, Virginia Woolf writes about special moments when what she calls the "cotton wool of daily existence" falls away and something astonishing shines through the ordinary. Who knows what will come to you if you turn your light sensor on?

© Rev. Sandy Szelag

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Will the Minister Be Speaking in the Service Today?

July 26, 2009

Randell Springer
Our attitudes toward the ministry are complex and not always consistent. In this service we will explore some of the assumptions about the ministry, especially as they apply to our Sunday services, that we bring--or don’t bring—on Sunday morning.

© Randell Springer

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Life or Litter? The Value of People and Hope

July 19, 2009

Walt Staton with introduction by Gilbert Moore

Hope is not for the passive observer; it is something we must actively engage in to make it real. Confronted with death, suffering and abuse caused by a system that values some people more than others, we must create hope and act on it.

© Walt Staton

Parts of the Bible You Do Not Know

July 12, 2009

Rabbi Joseph Weisenbaum

Rabbi Weizenbaum is a frequent and cherished speaker in our pulpit. His sermons are always amazing as he weaves biblical story, rabbinical wisdom, common sense and current events into a coherent and interesting narrative. Rabbi Joseph Weisenbaum

© Rabbi Joseph Weisenbaum

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  2. Eating as a Spiritual Practice
  3. Gifts of Our Fathers
  4. Faith of Our Fathers
  5. To See Beauty, Even When It’s Not Pretty
  6. A Nomination for the Greatest Unitarian Ever
  7. We Remember
  8. Milestone Moments: A Service of Rituals
  9. Many Hands Make Light Work
  10. Ritual
  11. Earth Day
  12. Music of My Heart
  13. Friendship as Spiritual Practice
  14. Light, Life, Freedom, and Love
  15. Civil Initiative
  16. First Things First
  17. Three Keys for Abundant Living That Will Work Even Now
  18. Divine Creation
  19. Jazz and the Art of Making Justice
  20. Here I Am. Send Me.
  21. And a Child Shall Lead
  22. Getting Unstuck (While the Getting's Good)
  23. Willing to Forgive
  24. Weaving the Web of Trust
  25. New Beginnings
  26. Light One Candle
  27. Find a Stillness
  28. Where Justice and Compassion Cross All Borders
  29. Stone Soup for Thanksgiving?
  30. Loss: An Inevitable Journey
  31. Finding Hope in Troubled Times
  32. Out Many, One
  33. Growing in Spirit
  34. Seasons of Life, Seasons of Loss
  35. And the word is no
  36. Welcoming the Stranger
  37. Ministry in the New Millennium
  38. Diversity and the Interdependent Web of Existence
  39. Engaging Our Theological Diversity
  40. What Americans Believe
  41. Reflections from Nicaragua
  42. Deep Like the Rivers
  43. Seeking the Purpose of Life
  44. Bless this Home
  45. Language of Reverence
  46. Sharing The WUUrd: Poetry Service
  47. A New Look at the Universe
  48. Tell me your image of God and I will tell you your theology
  49. We hold these truths ...
  50. Integrity or Success?
  51. By Their Roots You Shall Know Them
  52. Peace Means the Beginning of a New World
  53. Desert Spirituality
  54. UUs Who Made a Difference
  55. Singing Our Peace: A Musical Contemplation
  56. Faith Without Certainty
  57. Our Unitarian Universalists Brothers in Africa
  58. Univeralists and Unitarians on Easter
  59. Always a Mother
  60. Just War or just War

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