Sermons and Services
Rev. Dick Hood returns from a Summer in Maine!
It's not easy being a prophet. Often their road is difficult and their work is unappreciated. We'll look briefly at three prophets (two from our UU tradition). Hopefully we will be more respectful of their efforts as we get to know them better.
This service was live streamed in two parts. Follow the links below to view the service:
Martha will focus on how we can develop a better understanding of the marginalization of People with Disabilities. She hopes to spark a conversation that will help us to look more deeply at the misconceptions about this community.
This service was also live streamed on our Facebook page. Follow this link to view a video of the service:
October 13, 2019 Service "Is The Mystical Experience One Of Our Sources?" Rev. Pat Jobe *Video and Audio*
Rev. Pat Jobe has talked about mysticism in the past. What are our mystical roots? What is larger than ourselves that still informs the spirited walk? In maybe surprising ways, Jobe will talk about when he has come from and how it might inform our path forward.
This service was live streamed on our Facebook page. Due to technical difficulties, the video of the stream is cut into two parts.
This week Charlie will draw upon the second living tradition we share which draws from many sources including the words and deeds of prophetic people which challenge us to confront powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love
We will also have our annual WATER CEREMONY during this service. Please remember to bring a small amount of water for our yearly celebration of the return of cooler weather, and the homecoming of our members who have been gone for the summer.
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