Previous worship services are archived below.
Letting go of “stuff” in our lives is just one way to simplify and de-stress. Sometimes, though it also means letting go of relationships or ways of being that no longer serve. Rev. Sian. Townhall meeting to follow the service.
Dave Carlson won the sermon topic for an auction item. He’d like Rev. Sian to answer the question: “Why do smart people sometimes believe dumb things?” Oh, this is going to be fun, people! Rev. Sian. Townhall meeting to follow the service.
Join us for a winter candlelight worship service created by and for Unitarian Universalists. We’ll light candles to celebrate the source of light, recognition, reflection, refocus, and renewal. Coordinated by Beth Syverson.
Let this be your practice today – show up. You will be in for a wonderful surprise. Worship Leader: A surprise! Topic: A surprise! Aren’t surprises wonderful? A townhall conversation follows the service.
Being in a community is a spiritual practice. It’s often contradictory – full of beauty and ugliness, of darkness and light. Our country has gotten out of touch with how to be in community. Rev. Sian. A townhall conversation follows the service.
Unitarian Universalism has few spiritual practices of our own, but often borrows from many. How might we create our own that reflect who we are? Rev. Sian
Does belief in Adult Fairy Tales bring about wars? Dolly D. won the “Sermon Topic” from our last Spring Auction. She asked Rev. Sian to address this question.
Grace isn’t a word we talk about much as Unitarian Universalists. What can it teach us today? Rev. Sian
King and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference have done so much for our country. How can faith or religion help “save” the world? Rev. Sian
Come explore today the Spirituality of Imperfection. Is grace needed or can we accept who we are as we are? Rev. Sian