Sermons by Rev. Sian Wiltshire
Meditation has long been known to bring about both physical and mental health benefits. In this service, we explore the benefits, challenges and joys of meditation. Rev. Sian with the Meditation Group leaders.
In anti-racism work, some people suggest that we not center whiteness. What does that mean? And what would it mean to center around love instead?
What does it mean to be grounded in Unitarian Universalism as a faith tradition? Come explore some ideas with Rev. Sian about what and who we are as a faith tradition.
Our annual Christmas Eve service is filled with stories, poetry, and wonderful music and songs.
The Webb Telescope is revolutionizing how we see the Universe and creating even more wonders that we ever imagined. Come join and gaze in wonder at the amazing Universe we are a part of!
Our denomination is changing – some love it and some don’t. What can we learn about our past that will help us navigate our future?
Honoring Resilience. On this day when we honor Transgender Day of Resilience and Remembrance, what has history and religion taught us about resilience – the good and the bad?
How do we grow our soul? Or our character, if you prefer. Personal growth is a billion dollar industry and yet it seems like we aren’t getting more enlightened. What’s up with that? Come explore these ideas with Rev. Sian.
As we approach Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, why do we dress up as monsters and scary things? What has paganism have to do with Halloween? Join us as we explore this spooky holiday!
Is there such a thing as the separation of church and state? And if so, how do we, as a church that believes in democracy, walk that line?
As we reflect on Indigenous People’s day, where can we draw hope that there is positive change in our world?
It’s not easy admitting when we’ve done something wrong or hurt someone, either as a nation or as an individual. Racism is one of the biggest hurts we all have to face. How do we find the courage to face what needs to be changed as a nation and in ourselves? Note: There are opportunities to discuss in small groups later in the week.