Monthly Archives: September 2016

What Does it Mean to be a Community of Prophecy?

Our times ask us to exercise our capacity for prophetic witness, by Prophetic witness I mean our capacity to see what is happening, to say what is happening and to act in accordance with what we know…. Prophetic witness …is the ability to name those places where we resist knowing what needs to be known. -Rebecca Parker, UU theologian and minister. Click on title to continue.

Sermon:What is Required-Part 1 (audio & text)

Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
What is required of our religious movement to make it the change agent it hopes to be? Today, at the anniversary of the Universalist John Murray’s landing in the U.S. I will address how we might respond to this question in the context of our Universalist identity. Next spring I’ll focus on our Unitarian side. click here to continue.

Sermon: Learning to Live Together (audio only)

Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
In 1959, the UN passed the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, which lists ten rights that every child in the world have. Unitarian Universalists are a people of covenant, but our covenant with one another is not the only promise we make. How do our relationships outside of the congregation or the denomination shape who we are and what we do. Click on the sermon title to listen.