Among all of the marginalized populations we care about, LGBTQ people are perhaps the most difficult for us to reach out to as a group. They look just like everybody else --- No visible labels. They are the guy who mows your lawn, the doctor, the lawyer, the waitress. How do we connect with these brothers and sisters? Let’s talk about it.
June 16, 2019 Service: "The Faith of our Fathers: A Revolutionary Faith?" Holley Ulbrich *Audio File, Sermon Text and Streamed Video*
With Flag Day just as, Fathers' Day today, and the summer solstice (high point in the life cycle of the Sung King of the Celtic tradition), and Independence Day just ahead of us, perhaps it's a good time to reconsider our founding fathers and the close connections between their vision of political democracy and Unitarian Universalism.
Holley Ulbrich is a retired professor of economics from Clemson University with a post-retirement master's degree in theological studies from Emory University. She has been preaching as a lay person since 1976 when she was a Lutheran before becoming a UU in 1990. She is a member of the UUA Commission on Appraisal.
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June 9, 2019 Next Service "The First Person Who Needs Kindness Is In The Mirror" Rev. Pat Jobe *Audio and Video)
Two weeks ago rescuing star fish and radical acceptance did not go over so well after the service. Rev. Jobe is back to encourage our journeys as UU's. He offers us the juice of self-love as a way forward in a time of harsh realities.
This service was live streamed on Facebook. You can view the service by clicking the following link.
Kindness...is what UUs do! But where do we go inside ourselves to find more, deeper and richer kindness? Hopefully this message will help.
This service was Live Streamed on 6/2. The video can be viewed at the following link:
Due to technical difficulties, the audio of this service is very low. We apologize for the inconvenience.