Speaker: Rev. Jack Donovan

OUT BEYOND IDEAS

This Sunday precedes World UFO Day and celebration of the 4th of July’s declaration of independence from inequality of authority and treatment – and it will be my last Sunday as your minister. This sermon will ask about the importance and possibility … read more.

WHAT YOU MEAN

Some things are transitioning in our lives and UU community. Soon we’ll be gathering face-to-face, and some faces will be new and some will be absent. Even the meaning of some things will change over time. Yet, some meaning is unchanging, however … read more.

IS LOVE THE SOLUTION OR THE PROBLEM?

This sermon ponders the underlying attitudes necessary to address the week’s highlighted problems: Memorial Day, World Environment and Oceans Days, D-Day, Best Friend Day, Ending Child Labor, and Flag Day. Some likely readings to prompt us include E.B. Browning’s “How Do I Love Thee,” … read more.

A TERRIBLE BEAUTY IS BORN: Murmur Name Upon Name

This Memorial Day Sunday sermon will reflect on not knowing what we’ve lost till we’ve lost it. Poetry from William Butler Yeats will be our entry point – “Easter 1916” and “The Second Coming,” plus “Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye.”

COMING TO

This sermon will question whether we are creative enough to appreciate creation – in celebration of Earth Day, DNA Day, Lesbian Visibility Day, Arbor Day, May Day/May Day, and Creativity Day. Can a reading from Maya Angelou help us see the overlapping … read more.

JESUS’ SECOND SIN, REDEEMED

Did you ever notice that Jesus’ focus for a long time, was pretty narrow? What lens corrected his vision? Did most of us overlook it? Would it work for us? Would it improve our chances for a world community of … read more.