Past Worship Services & Sermons

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Sunday, August 27, 2017: "The Right Way to Right Speech"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Lisa Hill
Worship Leader: Lisa Hill

“Have you ever received advice that you didn’t want? How do you know if you are being truly helpful when trying to help someone? This service tells the story of Motke the fish peddler, who was helped a little too much by his friends. This service explores the concept of right speech, in which we ask what we can do to communicate in better and healthier ways.”  

 

Lisa Hill, Religious Ed. Director, and the RE Kids

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Sunday, August 20, 2017: "Spirituality in Music"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Nic Filzen
Worship Leader: Patti Hanks

Our music director, Nic Filzen, shares some personal and historic insight in to music and the divine.

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Sunday, August 13, 2017: "Eclipses: The Magic of Measurable Truth"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Paul Burnore
Worship Leader: Sabine von Aulock

With a lunar eclipse this past week and a full solar eclipse on August 21, it’s a good time to reflect on human reactions to eclipses: from superstition to scientific facts, to humanism, and to medical science.


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Sunday, August 6, 2017: "The Journey Continues...Gary Nakarado and Julie Newcomb"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker:
Worship Leader: Susan Burnore

Our popular “Journeys” series continues as Gary Nakarado and Julie Newcombe share their thoughts on being a part of Unitarian Universalism and this congregation.  Gary will focus on community, and Julie will speak about change.  Both are fairly new to our community, so we’re looking forward to getting to know them batter this Sunday.


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Sunday, July 30, 2017: "THE SPIRITUAL SIGNIFICANCE OF GOD'S WORD VERSUS FREEDOM OF SPEECH, PRESS, ASSEMBLY, RELIGION, AND SPIRIT"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

O Freedom of Speech, how do I love thee?                                                                                                                    Let me count the ways.