Sermons by Rev. Sian Wiltshire (Page 12)
As we celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Sian explores what he meant by “Beloved Community” and what we can do today to build it up.
Billions of years ago, our universe was formed. What was that all about? How did it happen? And why should we care today? Hear what the beginning of time can tell us about ourselves.
Where do you get your inspiration from? Is it something that comes from inside of you or outside of you? Rev. Sian explores the theology of inspiration and perhaps will inspire you!
Thousands of years ago, a people created a god from a human. Rev. Sian discusses how that happened and in what ways we create gods in our lives.
Do you still believe the God of your childhood? How has it changed? Rev. Sian explores the different ways we understand the Holy, even if you don’t believe in it.
On this Bring-a-friend-to-church Sunday, we celebrate the different ways this faith tradition has changed the world!
What is your personal ethical statement? Hear our fabulous youth give you their own personal ethical statements. Rev. Sian with OCUUC Youth Group.
Control-Z, or “Can we undo the past?” Each of us has regrets – as does our country. How can we both learn from the past and move beyond it?
About 15 years ago I encountered Shamanism for the first time and it rocked my world. As someone who always considered herself as grounded in reality, what was I doing exploring this “fringe” form of spirituality? How do each of us reconcile mystery, science and our experiences?
Love is often thought of as a warm fuzzy feeling, but what does it really ask of us? Love is kind of crazy! Theme for December: Our 3rd Principle: Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations.