Sermons on Spirituality
In this sermon, Eric Bannan applies the skills of improvisation to the art of life.
Rev. Lee Anne advises us on how to attend to the most important relationship we have–the one we have with ourselves.
“May you live in interesting times” isn’t actually a curse–instead, it holds the potential for great things. Listen as Rev. Lee Anne shares ways to Embrace Possibility in all the things that life brings to us–as individuals, and as members of a beloved community.
Rev. Lee Anne Washington speaks on cultivating a gratitude practice for World Gratitude Day.
Eric Bannan explores reclaiming the sacred in our daily lives through ritual and spiritual practice.
Linda Hart Green muses on how our stories help us make sense of the world and of ourselves.
Pinchos Kurinsky talks about the art of deep listening and our need to be heard.
Our UU principle calling us to encourage each other in our spiritual growth draws on the tradition of “self- culture” and “salvation by character” established by such forebears as Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and James Freeman Clarke. Rev. Paul Johnson develops his personal, contemporary take on this worthy tradition.
Jennifer Wolfe teaches us the benefits of gratitude and how to develop our gratitude practice.
Linda Hart Green urges us to achieve true belonging through authenticity, vulnerability, acknowledging our interconnectedness, and making space for others.