Upcoming Sermons

Sunday, April 23, 9:15 & 11:15am
Joy Berry, Director of Lifespan Religious Education and Sharon VanDyke
In the Chrysalis: Active Hope
Each of us has experienced a time of not knowing, when we cannot see the path ahead or imagine our next move. Such times of inertia and doubt can lead to despair. But Nature gives us examples of the value of these “fermata” times, threshold moments, and liminal spaces. In them, individuals, communities, and societies transform below the surface: into what is needed next, for the challenges we will face.

Sunday, April 30, 9:15 & 11:15am
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper, Associate Minister
Spiritual Survival
The book Deep Survival explores why some people survive trauma and crisis, and others don’t. So many people live in ongoing crisis, and the role of spiritual community is to support life and wholeness. What can we learn from the science of survival, and how does it dovetail with our spiritual lives?

Sunday, May 7, 9:15 & 11:15am
Rev.Guy Sayles, Guest Minister
Flesh, Blood, Breath, Bones, and Stories
Our speaker will offer reflections on how his own journey with illness was an intensive course in embodiment.
Guy Sayles is assistant professor of religion at Mars Hill University, after four decades in pastoral ministry, most recently at First Baptist Church of Asheville.  His education includes doctoral studies at Candler School of Theology of Emory University.  He blogs on the intersections of faith, meaning, and culture at FromTheIntersection.org.

Sunday, May 14, 9:15 & 11:15am
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper, Associate Minister

Sunday, May 21, 9:15 & 11:15am
Joy Berry, Director of Lifespan Religious Education
Coming of Age

Sunday, May 28, 9:15 & 11:15am
Rev. Duncan Teague, Guest Minister
Love’s Hands and Feet
Is it possible for people who crave rationale process and clearly articulated arguments to embrace the principle of
“Embodiment”. Our guest, Rev. Duncan Teague, founding minister of the Abundant LUUv Unitarian Universalist Ministry in Atlanta says loudly, “YES”. This morning he presents his belief that we must embody what we believe and he dares to claim that what we believe in is love that moves and acts.