Sermons Archive

Sabbath: Stop to Remember
The Rev. Susan Milnor
Sunday, March 5, 2017

In a frantic paced world and particularly in stressful times, how do we act as loving, responsible stewards of our own spirits? It could be that the ancient practice of keeping a sabbath had wisdom and care embedded in it. Can you imagine keeping a personal sabbath for yourself?

Free for What?
The Rev. Susan Milnor
Sunday, February 19, 2017

We speak of our religious tradition being a "free faith," but what does that mean? Here, in a month in which, on some Sundays at least, we are considering roots and wings, it's time for a little reflection.

Reflection: Love and Unity
The Rev. Susan Milnor
Sunday, February 12, 2017

Our service will include an ancient Indian story to remind us how we might be stronger together, a ritual resulting in a gift for some neighbors, and wonderful music by the choirs. Everyone of all ages will worship together for the service today.

Reflection and The Voice of the Spirit
The Rev. Susan Milnor and Rev. Keith Kron
Sunday, February 5, 2017

Each year we lift up our connection to the larger Unitarian Universalist world, particularly to UU Association of congregations, or UUA. Rev. Keith Kron, our guest speaker, will address "What does Unitarian Universalism offer in these times?"

Two Continents, One Creed
The Rev. Júlia Jobbágy
Sunday, January 29, 2017

Our guest preacher will talk about Unitarianism in Transylvania today, highlighting the common paths of US and Transylvanian Unitarianism. Júlia Jobbágy is the associate minister in one of Transylvania's largest and oldest congregations, the First Unitarian Church of Kolozsvár. She graduated from the Unitarian seminary in Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca in 2015, and will attend the Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago in 2017.