Past Worship Services & Sermons

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Sunday, May 5, 2019: "INTERVENTIONS FROM THE SOURCE - The Divine Design for Our Posterity’s Profoundest Potentials"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate:  Sara Craig

What is expected from divine intervention that will influence the future and the fulfillment of our posterity’s potentials?  What do the religions expect, or the sciences, or you?


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Sunday, April 28, 2019: "Sharing Our Journeys"
Time: 10:30am

Speakers: UU St. Pete Youth Group

Worship Associates: Courtney Allen & Jeanay Johnson

Over the last several months our UU Youth Group has explored the big questions in life; Where do I fit in? Is there a higher power? How do I see my own mortality? Where do UU principles fit in?  What does justice look like?  Join us as they explore all of this and more through spoken word, song and art.

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Sunday, April 21, 2019: "INFLUENCING YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL: What Do You Make of That?"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate: Patti Hanks

Flower Communion: Pluck a blossom or a few and bring them with you to service.

With Passover, Easter, and Earth Day in mind, we say we want to find truth and meaning, grow spiritually, and build interconnected communities of peace, liberty, and justice for all.  Seems like a  new creation.   Are you up for it?  And should you be?  Are you up to it?  And can you be?  When you are enough, can you be more? 

God granted an inquiring rabbi to know the difference between heaven and hell.  In hell, people holding capacious long-handled cups were circled around a magnificent cauldron of delicious food - but they were in agony from hunger.  In heaven - the same setting, but all were happy.  What was the difference?


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Sunday, April 14, 2019: "IS THE WORLD TOO MUCH WITH US? Creative Potentials Under Worldly Influences"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate:  Bill Motter

You have to be yourself, because everyone else is taken.  But does it seem that the worldly powers (whatever they may be) want you to be just like everyone else?  


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Sunday, April 7, 2019: "THE UNEXPECTED HUMAN: Our Potentials for Creativity and Wholeness - Something Old, Something New"
Time: 10:30am
Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

Worship Associate:  Sarah Craig

Would it be fair to say that at every stage of life we seek a sense of spiritual wholeness?  Would it be fair to say that creativity is both a part of that sense and an essential path to it?  What are our potentials for creativity and what do they contribute to the surviving and thriving of the whole human spirit?