Sermons by Rev. Sian Wiltshire
How does a person grow if they don’t even know where to start? And how do we get past the judgements we have of one another and get to see the whole person, in all their beauty and roughness?
There is much beauty on this earth, but what happens when we take a cosmic view of the world and our universe?
Some argue that freedom gives us rights; others might say freedom gives us responsibilities. How do we use our freedom to save this Earth? This is also New Member Sunday.
On this day we celebrate the emergence of new life following a difficult time. On this day, we welcome our children back to the campus!
One of the challenges with identity politics is that it often reduces people to labels. How do we get beyond labels, but honor the individual identities we have?
What does it mean to be a part of this Unitarian Universalist faith tradition? Come explore how Unitarian Universalism has affected our history and is building the future.
Humanism is one of our common theologies, the belief that Humanity causes and solves all our own problems. During this time of war, environmental devastation, and oppression, how do we continue to have faith in humanity?
Just how are we interdependent with one another? How can we both give and receive in mutuality? Come discuss as we launch our annual pledge drive!
Our Universalist heritage calls for forgiveness and redemption. How can we use this message to widen the circle, when so many want to draw a circle that keeps many of us out?
How did religious tolerance, acceptance and even embracing come about? How can we continue to widen our own theological circles?
In celebration of the founding of the NAACP, the freedom to marry, and Darwin’s birthday, let us gather to discuss what freedoms have we gained in the last hundred years and freedoms we still need to gain.
Life’s lessons often tell us something about how we are called in the world at different times in our lives. What were your life’s lessons? What are you called to now? Come learn more and share!