Sermons on Beloved Community

Sermons on Beloved Community

Practice Random Acts of Kindness in 2021

I’ve long been impressed with this simple statement which came to Ann Herbert in a Sausalito restaurant in the early 1980’s. She wrote it on her placemat and shared it with a fellow sitting nearby who in turn shared it with others. It spread throughout the land. A book was written. Oprah did a program on it. A foundation was started. It’s due for a revival. – Rev. Paul

Beginnings

Chaim Potok begins his insightful novel In the Beginning with the words “All beginnings are Hard.” Indeed, they are. Rev. Paul Johnson deals with some of these hardships but also points out the keen anticipation, even exhilaration, of the beginnings in our lives.

What’s Ahead?

Sharon Scholl gives us some (perhaps unwelcome) advice on how to our beloved community should move into the future.
We Long to Belong

We Long to Belong

Linda Hart Green urges us to achieve true belonging through authenticity, vulnerability, acknowledging our interconnectedness, and making space for others.
Easter Sermon

Easter Sermon

Peter Racine explores the roles that knowledge, half-truths, misinformation, and ignorance play in our church community. He urges us to remember the respect, love, and humility that ground UU’ism when navigating the current challenges within our beloved community.
The First

The First

Donna Janesky continues our annual new year tradition of honoring those that have passed last year.