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Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

1st Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

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First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco Sunday worship service. Home of liberal spirituality for over 150 years, the Society welcomes people of all racial and religious backgrounds. Our Congregation includes gay, straight, transgendered, and questioning people. More information is available at www.uusf.org.
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Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

1st Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

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First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco Sunday worship service. Home of liberal spirituality for over 150 years, the Society welcomes people of all racial and religious backgrounds. Our Congregation includes gay, straight, transgendered, and questioning people. More information is available at www.uusf.org.
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We are curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to make a difference for the good. We have a track record of standing on the side of love, justice, and peace. We have radical roots and a history as self-motivated spiritual people: we think for ourselves and recognize that life experience influences our beliefs more than anything. Visit us at https://www.uuman.org
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UNIFIED: The First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist Podcast

The First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist

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Welcome to Unified, the podcast that invites you into the heart of our Unitarian Universalist community. Immerse yourself in "Sunday Sermons," where we bring you recorded sermons that spark contemplation and inspire with Reverend Chris Jablonski and other leaders from our community. Midweek, dive even deeper with "Beyond The Pulpit" as we explore our themes, share stories, hear from congregants and delve into current events, all in a concise 10-15 mini episode. These recorded sermons and the ...
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Tune in each week to hear Unitarian Universalist sermons and conversations from First Unitarian Church of Dallas, a liberal religious presence in Dallas since 1899. Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter, Rev. T. J. Fitzgerald, and Rev. Beth Dana will inspire you with messages that are rationally spiritual and joyfully deep. No matter where you are in the world, you are invited to bring your whole self: your full identity, your questioning mind, and your open heart.
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Sunday service recordings from the UU Church of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois (UUCUC). Unitarian Universalism is a progressive, liberal religion that embraces theological diversity. Unitarian Universalist congregations include atheists, agnostics, and believers, and do not share a creed, but are unified by a shared search for truth and meaning in our lives. The roots of Unitarian Universalism are in liberal Christianity, specifically Unitarianism and Christian Universalism. From these tradition ...
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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Elkhart (UUFE) is a welcoming community encouraging religious freedom, nurturing individual spiritual and ethical growth, celebrating diversity, and promoting a just and sustainable world. Located in Elkhart, Indiana, UUFE is a religious and/or spiritual "home" for individuals and families throughout the Michiana area - drawing its membership from Elkhart, South Bend, Mishawaka, Bristol, Goshen, Middlebury, Edwardsburg, and the list goes on.
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Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a community dedicated to affirming a reverence for life and enriching the spiritual lives of its members. Here we honor the one and the many; here we welcome a diversity of thoughts, beliefs and passions; here we speak without fear and listen with open hearts. We gather to care for one another, share our burdens and joys, and celebrate life’s passages. Strengthened by this fellowship, we bring a liberal religious presence to our larger community, a ...
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Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Sermon Podcast

Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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A (mostly!) weekly podcast of sermons presented at Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (MVUUF), located in Dayton, Ohio, USA. Our minister is the Rev. Kellie C. Kelly. Our vision is to strive to embrace every mind, body, and spirit — without exception. Our mission is to covenant together to practice compassion, forge connections, and pursue justice. Please visit our website at www.mvuuf.org for more information. Thanks for listening! Unitarian Universalism affirms and promotes sev ...
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Community Universalist Church

Community Universalist Church

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Welcome to Community Universalist Church. We are an inclusive on-line community that has come together to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ, provide instruction in the Christian Universalist faith, and provide a place for people from all over the world to worship together. We support one another in faith and love so that we may in turn faithfully serve God wherever we are called to do so. No matter who you are, no matter what you've done, where you've been, who you love, what you believe or ...
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Duncan Teague, our guest in the pulpit, recommends we savor a jelly donut while considering the wisdom of Albert Camus: "Eternity was here, while I was waiting on it." The sabbatical is similar to a school's spring break, but we often miss the fact that not only is the minister gone to explore, like Rev. Dave Dunn, but also the congregation has an …
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In this episode of Tiny Pulpit Talks, Rev. T. J. Fitzgerald interviews Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter about his recent sermon "People! People! People!" They cover everything from Barbie & Billie Eilish to Humanism to jazz radio DJing. Tiny Pulpit Talks is a new podcast series from First Unitarian Church of Dallas that takes a behind-the-scenes look at mini…
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"Perspectives on Earth" Sunday, April 14, 10:50 am, 2024 From the astrophysicist, Neil deGrass Tyson, to the botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and through the eyes of the poets, how do we see earth? And what does that tell us about ourselves and life—this life—on this planet we call home? Rev. Vanessa Rush S…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on April 7, 2024 led by Rev. Brian Sauder. The theme for April is Interdependence. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information about how to join …
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What are humanities’ global aims? Do we even know? This sermon is part of our the final series of our church year. After a year-long journey of discovering and activating our purpose as individuals, we are exploring how we can come together as spiritual people to change the world. First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, de…
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"Perspectives on Earth" Sunday, April 14, 10:50 am, 2024 From the astrophysicist, Neil deGrass Tyson, to the botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and through the eyes of the poets, how do we see earth? And what does that tell us about ourselves and life—this life—on this planet we call home? Rev. Vanessa Rush S…
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In the first episode of Tiny Pulpit Talks, Rev. T. J. FitzGerald interviews Rev. Beth Dana about her recent sermon "A Place of Practice," in which she explores church as a place to practice living in this world and building the world we dream about. Tiny Pulpit Talks is a new podcast series from First Unitarian Church of Dallas that takes a behind-…
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"Letting go of our preconceived objections." A return to an attitude of freshness, openness, and intimacy with what is arising in this present moment’s experience, Intro and outro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about u…
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What is the church’s purpose and what are we for? Join us as we explore church as a place to practice living in this world and building the world we dream about. This sermon is part of our the final series of our church year. After a year-long journey of discovering and activating our purpose as individuals, we are exploring how we can come togethe…
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"Person by Person by Person" Sunday, April 7, 10:50 am, 2024 Person by Person by Person… that is how change occurs. Not once and for all, but continuously. Change changes what is possible, and each person we engage makes the possible a little more hopeful. In the words of Bryan Stevenson, “You don’t change the world with the ideas in your mind, but…
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"Person by Person by Person" Sunday, April 7, 10:50 am, 2024 Person by Person by Person… that is how change occurs. Not once and for all, but continuously. Change changes what is possible, and each person we engage makes the possible a little more hopeful. In the words of Bryan Stevenson, “You don’t change the world with the ideas in your mind, but…
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"Where flowers bloom, so does hope." Our lay speaker, UUMAN member Debra Burrell, uses Lady Bird Johnson's inspirational words to inform this service. It's a ritual with a long and courageous history. Originally created in 1923 by Unitarian martyr Norbert Čapek of Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Flower Ceremony was introduced to the United States by Re…
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This Sunday is a celebration of love, hope, and renewal! First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason and spirit. We have been a voice of progressive religion in Dallas since 1899, working toward a more just and compassionate world in all of what we do. We hope that when you come here your life is made mor…
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"Roll that Rock Away" Easter Sunday, March 31, 10:50 am, 2024 Life has a lot of tombs, losses, and setbacks. And there are rocks, heavy and awkward, that protect and seal them. What are the ways we don't end our stories at the rock or tomb? What does it require of us to make resurrection also the stuff of our lives? Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Seni…
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"Roll that Rock Away" Easter Sunday, March 31, 10:50 am, 2024 Life has a lot of tombs, losses, and setbacks. And there are rocks, heavy and awkward, that protect and seal them. What are the ways we don't end our stories at the rock or tomb? What does it require of us to make resurrection also the stuff of our lives? Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Seni…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on March 31, 2024 led by Rev. Roger Bertschausen. The theme for March is Transformation. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information about how to…
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We shouldn't HAVE to affirm our own worth, but given the silos we're forced into as citizen-consumers, sometimes it's something to consider. Our guest preacher, Lylah Lockridge, offers the example of airline perk programs as emblematic of the perceived social class we're assigned. Or, as she puts it, "Those who are unable or unwilling to pay a high…
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The paths to enlightenment are many. What is the Unitarian Universalist way? And how does it guide us toward the holy in our lives? This is the final sermon in the where we are locating sacred touchpoints in our inner world and the world around us. First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason and spirit. W…
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"Lessons from the Road" Sunday, March 24, 10:50 am, 2024 I was fortunate enough to have the gift of almost three straight months to renew and refresh in the ancient tradition of sabbath, or fallow times. Thirty-two of those days (but who is counting?) were spent on the road, circling through the American Southwest, with my husband. It is a modern p…
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"Lessons from the Road" Sunday, March 24, 10:50 am, 2024 I was fortunate enough to have the gift of almost three straight months to renew and refresh in the ancient tradition of sabbath, or fallow times. Thirty-two of those days (but who is counting?) were spent on the road, circling through the American Southwest, with my husband. It is a modern p…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on March 24, 2024 led by Rev. Elekes Zsolt and Rev. Emily Gage. The theme for March is Transformation. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For informatio…
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This year's annual Youth Service includes musings on leadership (and what goes with it), why we light this chalice (three guesses!), and how the youth of today are "taking on the fossils that guide society." All piano accompaniment and musical direction by Alex Pietsch. Intro and outro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. UUMAN is a welcoming c…
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The ways to freedom are lit in many ways. Together we look for our guiding lights to light the way on our journey. This is the fifth sermon in the Sacred Geography sermon series, where we are locating sacred touchpoints in our inner world and the world around us. First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reaso…
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"Written in Pencil" Sunday, March 17, 10:50 am, 2024 We sing from a hymnal called Singing the Living Tradition. What does it mean that ours is a living tradition? In light of the changing landscapes of religion and Unitarian Universalism how do we keep the tradition alive rather than stagnant history? Rev. Cheryl M. Walker, Guest Minister; Rev. Van…
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"Written in Pencil" Sunday, March 17, 10:50 am, 2024 We sing from a hymnal called Singing the Living Tradition. What does it mean that ours is a living tradition? In light of the changing landscapes of religion and Unitarian Universalism how do we keep the tradition alive rather than stagnant history? Rev. Cheryl M. Walker, Guest Minister; Rev. Van…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on March 17, 2024 led by Rev. Emily Gage. The theme for March is Transformation. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information about how to join ou…
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Our guest minister, the Reverend Jonathan Rogers, guides us through our process of formally committing ourselves to "dismantle racism in our selves and in our institutions." His sermon traces racism's history on our continent, and how we have historically enshrined it in our governing documents and practices, can give us some clues about its origin…
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We know when we are in the flow. This Sunday we explore what flow means in regards to our spiritual lives. This is the fourth sermon in the Sacred Geography sermon series, where we are locating sacred touchpoints in our inner world and the world around us. First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason and s…
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"Religion... I Too Dislike It" Sunday, March 10, 10:50 am, 2024 Poet Marianne Moore once wrote a poem beginning, “Poetry . . . I too dislike it.” Yet by its end she affirmed something real in it, and worthwhile. So it is with religion, sayeth the preacher. If you (or your friends) resonate to the phrase “spiritual, but not religious,” this sermon i…
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"Religion... I Too Dislike It" Sunday, March 10, 10:50 am, 2024 Poet Marianne Moore once wrote a poem beginning, “Poetry . . . I too dislike it.” Yet by its end she affirmed something real in it, and worthwhile. So it is with religion, sayeth the preacher. If you (or your friends) resonate to the phrase “spiritual, but not religious,” this sermon i…
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This segment is from a service that was streamed on March 10, 2024 led by Rev. Roger Bertschausen. The theme for March is Transformation. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website. To see a video of this complete service, click HERE. For information about how to…
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This week's guest service leader Mark Gebert tells us: "I have a saying: 'If you want to change the world, then transform and align your own life in the direction of the path of goodness, discovery and Truth.'" En route to all that goodness are our youth joyfully enlisting our Playscape support, and Claudia Lewis from Cats in the Cradle (our March …
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As we continue our series on “Sacred Geography” we explore where and how we recognize sacred space, and in what ways we can be creators of it. This is the third sermon in the where we are locating sacred touchpoints in our inner world and the world around us. First Unitarian Church of Dallas is devoted to genuine inclusion, depth and joy, reason an…
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"It's Time to Build" Sunday, March 3, 10:50 am, 2024 Over the past several years, UUSF has weathered a pandemic, staff transitions, budget worries, and so much more. Now, we are at a place of recognizing our resilience and moving into a new stability. As we contemplate the year to come, let's determine what we want to build together and celebrate w…
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"It's Time to Build" Sunday, March 3, 10:50 am, 2024 Over the past several years, UUSF has weathered a pandemic, staff transitions, budget worries, and so much more. Now, we are at a place of recognizing our resilience and moving into a new stability. As we contemplate the year to come, let's determine what we want to build together and celebrate w…
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