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Weekly podcasts of sermons delivered at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin. Our minister is Rev. Meg Barnhouse. Together we nourish souls, transform lives, and do justice to build the Beloved Community. We are an inclusive liberal religious and spiritual community. We support each individual's search for meaning and purpose and join together to help create a world filled with compassion and love. All are welcome without the distinction of race, class, gender, sexual orientation or ...
 
Podcasts from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (UUCPA). At UUCPA, we come together to support one another in our continuing commitment to a free and loving search for spiritual meaning and to the expression of that meaning in our community and in our lives. For more information visit www.uucpa.org.
 
Sunday service recordings from the UU Church of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois (UUCUC). Unitarian Universalism is a progressive, liberal religion that embraces theological diversity. Unitarian Universalist congregations include atheists, agnostics, and believers, and do not share a creed, but are unified by a shared search for truth and meaning in our lives. The roots of Unitarian Universalism are in liberal Christianity, specifically Unitarianism and Christian Universalism. From these tradition ...
 
Arlington Street Church, Unitarian Universalist, gathers in love and service for justice and peace. Since 1729, we've followed the path of our progressive spiritual roots. The sermon podcast from Arlington Street Church delivers our weekly sermon to listeners around the world. Visit us online for the text of each sermon---and many others---as well as extensive information about our congregation.
 
We are brave, curious, and compassionate thinkers and doers. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to make a difference for the good. We have a track record of standing on the side of love, justice, and peace. We have radical roots and a history as self-motivated spiritual people: we think for ourselves and recognize that life experience influences our beliefs more than anything. Visit us at https://www.uuman.org
 
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No matter how many times we make our way through the changes life brings, we may still find ourselves wondering if there isn’t some other way around the mountain. This Sunday, October 10, we explore the cycles and spirals of life while challenging ourselves to grow in compassion and commitment each time we make our way through. Prelude and Words of…
 
The nine-day Hindu holiday of Navaratri takes place between Oct 7 – 15 and celebrates the goddess Durga. The sermon examines the meaning of this celebration and its place within the larger context of Hindu Shaktism. You'll also hear a Story for All Ages, and the usual news and announcements. This service was conducted via Zoom and its sound quality…
 
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on October 10, 2021. It's a Great Big Celebration Sunday. Each year we mark this day as the beginning of the Stewardship season as we make our pledges for the year to support First UU and its mission. This year, though, it's an even bigger celebration as we come back together for the first time in 19 months as …
 
Intention and Commitment Presented by Rev. Carol Bodeau The core of Unitarian Universalism is our 7 Principles, which guide our decision-making and actions. We say that we “covenant to affirm and promote” these values, but what does it mean to put those values into action? There are lots of ways to live the 7 Principles. This week, let’s consider t…
 
Multiplatform – Outdoors and Livestreamed on Youtube, 9:30 am This month, we’re talking about how to design a life worth living. Unitarian Universalism is a faith that knows we do not live for ourselves alone. Our theology is one of collective liberation and collective salvation. What ... read more.由Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church
 
Today, we look at the practices of Kindness and Civility; sadly all too often absent from our daily lives. In what ways have kindness and civility eroded from our society over the years–and more importantly, how can we embrace our better selves and carry those tenets forward into the world?由Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
 
The 9:30 am service today is outdoors and in-person only. Pre-registration is not required but will speed up your check-in process when you arrive. The 11 am service is online only. Our annual, intergenerational Water Communion restores our sense of connection with all beings, as ... read more.由Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
 
When we have done something important wrong, or worse harmed someone, we carry that burden. Confronting it, engaging our failure to live our values, feels like a wrestling match. Why is that? And what blessing can come from wrestling with our worthiness for forgiveness and self-forgiveness? Rev. Anastassia preaching, with music by Josh Long. Delive…
 
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on October 3, 2021. The 3rd UU Principle states "Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations". How do we grow our spirits and encourage one another in doing the same? What fruits do we reap from our spiritual growth?由First UU Church of Austin
 
Risk is an inherent part of what it means to be human and alive. As we go about our daily lives, we regularly engage in almost automatic calculations where we assess the risk of a particular action and its reward. We try to achieve a balance between perceived benefit and perceived safety. But what happens when we’re confronted with something new? T…
 
Where and how Unitarian Universalists stand for reproductive justice as we address the current attack on reproductive rights. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch (c) 2021: "Summer's End" "Moving Time" "Remembering" "Showering of Golden Leaves" "Autumn's Joy" Intro background music by Tim Moor at Pixabay. Unitarian Universalist Met…
 
All Creatures and Critters: Animal Blessing Presented by Rev. Carol Bodeau Our service begins at 10 a.m. Outdoors at Westside Live streamed to Zoom Coffee Hour to follow on Zoom, ≈ 11 a.m. Animals are a part of all of our lives. Whether we have personal pets or not, we all encounter living creatures from other species every day--the birds outside o…
 
Carrie Krause, Dir. of Lifespan Faith Development Multiplatform – Outdoors and Livestreamed on Youtube, 9:30 am Somewhere along life’s journey, most of us in the United States are taught that staying in the lines is valued, even when those lines are strangling us as individuals and a ... read more.由Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church
 
If we’ve learned anything these last 18 months, we’ve learned that try as we might, we cannot always control how things turn out. If control cannot carry us, then what can? Unitarian Universalist theologian Dr. Sharon Welch suggests that an ethic of risk may be at the center of what allows us to persist in building the world and the lives of love a…
 
“May you live in interesting times” isn’t actually a curse–instead, it holds the potential for great things. Listen as Rev. Lee Anne shares ways to Embrace Possibility in all the things that life brings to us–as individuals, and as members of a beloved community.由Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
 
Gordon Light's well-known song encourages us to 'draw the circle wide, draw it wider still' so that 'no one stands alone.' How wide are our circles of community, care and action? Today we kick off a year of answering the call from our denomination to draw the circle wider, and we begin by exploring our own personal circles of connection and covenan…
 
Gathering in person at Minnehaha Falls, we immerse ourselves in the imagery of water and the power of the river as we remember the strength of the stones in the banks we build, and the well-worn groove of the river bed that waits for us, whatever the season. We remember the ritual of Water Communion and the symbolic ingathering it represents and we…
 
We celebrate the beginning of the new church and school year, and reflect on the power of community. We’ll consider what it means to be about repairing our lives and our shared world, and how we can be reasonable agents of love and healing in these days we are given. Join Rev. Matthew, Rev. Joyce, and Tim in-person or online for this special servic…
 
The Climate Crisis is an existential threat to life as we know it. It impacts human thriving, equity, and our natural world. It is about how we live now and how we will live in the centuries to come. It requires a faithful response, and the very fact of it should make us think deeply about our faith. In our commitments to reason and science and jus…
 
This question gets asked a lot, by newcomers and long-time UUs alike! As UUs, we encourage each other’s spiritual development as we search for truth and meaning. Our lay leader this week, Amanda Bralley, and several of our members share what being UU means to them. Original music composed and performed by Alex Pietsch, copyright 2021. Intro music b…
 
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