Monthly Archives: January 2018

Sermon: Leaves From the American Family Tree (audio only)

Rev. Clark Olsen, Coordinator
Triggered by a UUCA Auction offering, some UUCA members got together and shared stories of their grandparents and other ancestors. From our sharing, we have created a Sunday service of stories and music designed to remind everyone that we are a part of a diverse human family with many memories and emotions that bring a richness to our lives. We will share some of those stories in the hope that all who attend will remember something, share some of their own stories and feel a deep sense of belonging to each other and to our larger family. click on title to continue.

Sermon: None Shall Be Compelled-A Celebration of Torda (audio only)

Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
We begin the New Year with a celebration one of the oldest documents of our tradition: the Diet of Torda, a declaration of religious freedom and freedom of conscience in Transylvania by the Unitarian King John Sigismund. This January marks the 450th anniversary of that document, the first such declaration by any king in Europe and a powerful inspiration in the evolution of our religious movement. Click on title to continue.