Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper, Associate Minister
As we enter into the darkest and coldest time of the year, we have an opportunity to reflect on the seeds that wait underground. What have we planted? What is our work? How will we tend our souls? What are we preparing to grow when spring comes? Click on the title to continue.
Rev. Rebekah Montgomery Guest Minister
In this sermon, we welcome the infectious joy that comes from deep within. In the
midst of challenges and despair, we find hope. In the midst of strife, we find ways to harness and radiate joy. Come and get your Buddha Belly on!
Rev. Rebekah Montgomery is Assistant Minister of the UU Congregation of Rockville, Md. As well as a commissioned chaplain of the U.S. Army. She grew up a Unitarian Universalist, at the Rockville congregation focuses her work on Adult Faith Formation, Small Group Ministry and Membership and has done a tour of duty with the Army in Afghanistan. Click on title to hear more.
Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
Certainty is a good thing, but it can also bedevil us, since in the end there is so much in the world and in our lives that we can’t be certain about. We explore what it might mean – at least now and then – to allow ourselves to wade in the mystery.Click on title to continue,
Meg and Todd Hoke, Guest Speakers
As we enter a hectic holiday season, Todd & Meg Hoke offer us a service of words and music centered on the wisdom of paying attention. Click on the sermon title to listen.