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February 19: Moving Towards Trouble

Rev. Allison Miler, candidate for UUA president, will lead this service with Rev. Leslie Takahashi. Sermon: “Moving Towards Trouble” by Rev. Alison Miller

Political disappointments and accumulated griefs have caused some to want to opt out of community engagement. However, we are called to move towards trouble and to make a difference. Let us muster our courage, compassion, and resilience in order to lead with love.

Past Sermons

February 12: UU in the 22nd Century – A Plan for Resilience

Rev. Jeanne Pupke, candidate for UUA president, will lead this service with Rev. Leslie Takahashi.…

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February 5: Thin Places, Thin Moments

An exploration of those times when the veil is lifted.  Rev. David Usher will share…

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January 29: Service to the Living Tradition (One Service at 9:15 a.m.)

Join us for our annual service where we honor our amazing congregation and those who…

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January 22: Being Sanctuary

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the reporters who broke the story of Watergate which began…

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January 15: Til We Reach That Day

Relationships can flourish, maintain, or break. Our passion can drive a relationship into many different…

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January 8: Faith and Belief

Faith and Belief I was at a dinner party a while ago, and I found…

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January 1: On The Dawning of A Year

Join Rev. Leslie Takahashi as we mark this New Year with resilience and strength.  We…

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December 25: Christmas Day

  We will have an informal gathering for reflection and fellowship at 10:15 a.m. Please…

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December 18: O Spirit Come!

A Multigenerational Holiday Pageant.  Join people of all ages as we create a space of…

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December 11: Hope As the Constant

The message of these winter holidays is all around hope and the need to rekindle…

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December 4: Home of the Heart

In the world in which we live, too often people find themselves redefining what home…

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November 27: Setting the Welcome Table

One Service at 10:15 a.m. Sharing a meal is an important ritual in our culture…

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November 13: This IS My Song.

This IS My Song. The history of democracy in our nation is interwoven with the…

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November 20: Religious Vs. Relig-ish

Question is are the forms of religion enough for us without the content of religion?…

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November 6: Who Owns the Conversation? Rev. Tet Gallardo, Balazs Scholar

Who Owns The Conversation? A Facebook organizer, a participant, and a follower posted on a…

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October 30: Honoring Our Ancestors

Guidance of the Ancestors. “Those who have died are never, never gone,” so sings Sweet…

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October 23: The Twelfth Man

How does rooting for something, as we do as sports fans, connect us to a…

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October 16: Changing the Story.

A Sermon About Forgiveness of One's Self. In this season of Yom Kippur, Rev. Leslie…

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October 9: The Invisibles, the Monsters, and the “Normal” People.

Marriage equality was a big victory for many in the LGBTQ community and their allies.…

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October 2: Money and Me

There is a subject about which all great spiritual teachers are agreed. It is vitally…

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September 18: Faith, Drive, Justice (or “We are indeed more than a social club!”)

UU’s often emphasize the importance of social justice in our religion. But what makes social…

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September 25: Beyond Tolerance

Sometimes our lives—and the larger context of our world—seem to be fractured by areas where…

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September 11: We Landed!

We often talk about the world we dream of...and then we live in the world…

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September 4: Watering the Seeds of Love

Join Revs. Leslie Takahashi, UUA Presidential Candidate Susan Frederick-Gray, and Intern Minister Jim Lewis, along with your…

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August 28: Spiritual Economy

Time and Motion Study experts tell us how to maximize the efficiency of how we…

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August 21: A Meditation on the Challenges of Loving the World.

Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote: "in the darkest, meanest things/There alway, alway something sings." The summer…

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August 7: The Transformative Journey of Grief 

Grief begins early with long good-byes, or it is a jump  beginning when a sudden…

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July 31: Fostering Hope, Compassion, and Justice

The sixth principle of Unitarian Universalism — “The goal of world community with peace, liberty…

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July 24: “My People, My People”

Beloved Conversations is a country-wide endeavor for UU congregations. Join Worship Associate, Linda Russell, and…

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July 17: Flour Communion

Food plays a sacred role in many religious traditions and practices. From altars, to communions,…

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