Sermons from 2021
Rev. Lee Anne advises us on how to attend to the most important relationship we have–the one we have with ourselves.
Rev. Lee Anne speaks on our gifts as a religious community to embrace those that are different and new, offering a true place of belonging.
Today, we look at the practices of Kindness and Civility; sadly all too often absent from our daily lives. In what ways have kindness and civility eroded from our society over the years–and more importantly, how can we embrace our better selves and carry those tenets forward into the world?
“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.
Our new minister Rev. Lee Anne Washington introduces herself to us in the context of her calling to pursue Justice. During this service, shares some of her professional and religious journey with us.
Peggie Weeks tells the story of her journey serving within her field of engineering, exemplifying our congregational affirmation, “service is our prayer.”
Eric Bannan explores reclaiming the sacred in our daily lives through ritual and spiritual practice.
In this sermon Darlene Larsen is using our UUCJ affirmations to learn more about our religion.
Part two of our 2021 series on Living our UU Principles. This week we hear from Blanche Williams on our first principle: The inherent worth and dignity of every person. With a background in literature, music, and information sciences, Blanche Williams earned a doctorate in psychology from the liberally-minded George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. She has worked as a clinical psychologist in various settings across several states and now serves patients, families, and treatment providers at Baptist MD Anderson…