Sermons by Rev. Sian Wiltshire

Going Deep

It’s been said that being a Unitarian Universalist means you can “believe whatever you want.” Is that true? Let us go deeper into our faith this Sunday with an openness and curiosity and see what unfolds.

Question Box Sunday

It’s been said that Unitarian Universalists are not people of the “word” but people of the “question.” We love questions! On this Sunday, Rev. Sian will do her best to answer your questions – from theology, to ministry, to Unitarian Universalism and life in general. So, bring your questions and we will attempt to answer…

Our Whole lives

“Our Whole Lives,” better known as OWL, is a sexuality training offered to Unitarian Universalists from children to adults. Today let’s explore what has changed and what still needs to change around sexuality in our culture. Please note that we may use some sexually explicit language in this service. — Rev. Sian Wiltshire

Healing a broken heart

This service was on “Healing a Broken Heart.” Trust and vulnerability are part of any deep relationship and most of us have had our hearts broken. How do we heal a broken heart and learn to trust again? By Rev. Sian Wiltshire on Feb. 24, 2019 at Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church in Costa Mesa,…


Trust me! Ever get those “gut” feelings that tell you whether or not to trust someone? When do we trust our gut and when do we listen to others whose guts say otherwise? — Rev. Sian Wiltshire

Stone catchers

A sermon on Stone Catchers by Rev. Sian Wiltshire on Feb. 10, 2019 at Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church in Costa Mesa, CA. Imagine you were wrongly accused of murder and spent most of your life on death row. How does trust in a system get rebuilt when it’s been so badly broken? Bryan Stevenson’s…