Sermons and Services
Sunday June 28, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. - A Live Streamed Service with Rabbi TZiPi Radonsky "Intuitive Wisdom and the Love of Justice"
Our patterns have been challenged, our thinking has been questioned and there is almost no place to escape reality. In 3000 BCE Sefer Yetzera, The Book of Creation, it is written ‘if your mind runs return to the place,’ and Caribbean poet Derek Wolcott writes in Love after Love we must 'feast on our life'.
How does this relate to justice & Tikkun Olam - healing the world? Join us for the fun of being an adventurer, a curious pilgrim in 2020.
Due to Technical Difficulties - Rabbi TZiPi Radonsky's Sunday June 28th Service is broken into two videos.
"Intuitive Wisdom and the Love of Justice" Part I
"Intuitive Wisdom and the Love of Justice" Part II
Sunday June 21, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. - A Live Streamed Service with Cheryl Kanuck "The Freedom to Pursue Your Truth"
Our fourth principle is a distinguishing character of our faith, and possibly it's strongest attraction. We encourage and support each other in the free pursuit of truth and meaning; each of us is called to be a theologian, and to define what is true for us, with no creed binding us to one way of seeing the world. This Sunday we'll talk about about this precious aspect of being UU and what it means in today's world.
Never doubt the power of a vision. Rev. Jobe returns to us, maybe in person, but probably via video for a vision check. He's not an eye doctor, but he believes deeply in the power of how we see things. He will give us his vision for moving forward as a congregation and as us about ours.
This service was a series of six videos that can be viewed below
Video 1: Lighting the Chalice and Prelude
Video 2: Opening Words with Rev. Pat Jobe and Rev. Travis Smith
Video 3: Inter-Generational message from Ann Harrison
Video 4: Sermon with Rev. Pat Jobe (and Rev. Travis Smith)
Video 5: Interlude
Video 6: Postlude and Extinguishing the Chalice
Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. - A Live Streamed Service with Rev. Charlie Tyler. "Our Fourth Principle: A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning"
“We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake, not by mechanical aids, but by an infinite expectation of the dawn..." Thoreau
(With thanks to Paige Getty. UUC Columbia, Maryland)
This Live Streamed service was streamed on our Facebook page - at Facebook.com/uulowcountry
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