Monthly Archives: April 2018

Body Work (Audio & text)

Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
Body Work
Too often our religious life seems stuck in the clouds – great thoughts about deep, spiritual things. Today we’ll make the case that spiritual awareness has another center in the body that informs our sense of well-being and hope.Click on title to continue.

The Tiniest Nail: Mary Oliver’s Retelling of the World (no audio or text available)

Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
The Tiniest Nail: Mary Oliver’s Retelling of the World
“May I be the tiniest nail in the house of the universe, tiny but useful.” The poet Mary Oliver used those words in an essay to describe how she saw her calling. Today we’ll use Oliver’s poetry as a guide to how we are each called to be present in the world.

Practicing Resurrection (audio only)

Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper Associate Minister
Practicing Resurrection
As Unitarian Universalists, we enter ancient religious stories not to find fact or dogma, but to seek wisdom about the nature of the holy and of our human experiences. Join us as explore the sacred story of Easter. Click on title to continue.