Past Worship Services & Sermons

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Sunday, August 5, 2018: "Inspiration from Activists"
Time: 10:30am

Worship Leader:  Steve Benton

Worship Associate: Sherry Benton

 

In the face of challenges some lapse into despair while others are inspired to action for transformation and change.  Our service will explore our own roles in inspiring hope, transformation, and change.

 

 

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Sunday, July 29, 2018: "HAVE WE REACHED THE END OF UNIVERSALISM?"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate:  Susan Burnore

Two Sundays ago, we explored the question, "What is the end of Unitarianism?"  The same question about Universalism is important to us as it effects our own understanding of life and how to live.  What does  the term "Universalist" tell us about our religious purpose or beliefs or practices?  What is the end of Universalism?

And as a religious tradition grounded in a particular teleology - an understanding of the grand design of existence - how revelatory and relevant is the term "Universalist" to our journey and end goal?  When does the usefulness of the term "Universalist" come to an end?

This Sunday's sermon will raise these questions and invite you into discussion in the Sanctuary right after the service.

 

 

 

 


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Sunday, July 22, 2018: ""Making connections: How Poetry Inspires""
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Paul Burnore

Worship Associate: Sherry Benton
Speakers:  Denis Calandra and Jean Calandra

 

When Rev. Jack Donovan is not in the pulpit the worship committee presents different themes that inspire us to be stronger UUs. This week we will explore the world of poetry and how it influences and inspires our lives. Joining me will be Jean and Denis Calandra, lifelong educators, who recently became UU St. Pete members.

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Sunday, July 15, 2018: "THE END OF UNITARIANISM"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate:  Steve Benton

What is the purpose of religion? One answer is: To serve through beliefs and practices as a guide to a life of coherence, integrity, and meaning. So what does the term "Unitarian" tell us about our religious purpose or beliefs or practices? What is the end of Unitarianism?

And as a religious tradition grounded in evolution and development, when does the lifespan development of the term Unitarianism come to an end? When will it have served and outlived its purpose? What is the shelf-life of the name "Unitarian"?

This Sunday's sermon will raise these questions and invite you into discussion in the Sanctuary right after the service.


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Sunday, July 8, 2018: "Women Inspire!"
Time: 10:30am
Guest Speaker: Michael Blake
Worship Leader: Julie Newcomb

Worship Associate: Susan Burnore

When Rev. Jack Donovan is not in the pulpit the worship committee has presented different themes that Inspires us to be stronger UUs. This week we ask, "How have women Inspired You in your Life?".

 

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