Oct. 18, 2015, 10 a.m.
Things are definitely changing in the world of congregational practices and policies, and as Unitarian Universalists we face some new challenges in this millennia. What are those challenges and how might we respond? What tools do we need moving forward? I wrote this sermon last spring for the MidAmerica Annual Meeting sermon competition. I'll give you a hint, I was given the honor to preach. It's a fun one. Come and enjoy.
Oct. 25, 2015, 10 a.m.
Autumn is a time when change is afoot. We see and feel it all around us, the light, the weather, the leaves, the smells. In this crossroads of the year let's take time to be quiet, enjoy stillness, listen to poetry and music, and extend into silence. In the words of Bill Bryson, "It is always quietly thrilling to find yourself looking at a world you know well but have never seen from such an agile before." Come to experience a new angle. The choir will sing for us.