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Best Unitarian Universalist podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Unitarian Universalist podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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 a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ageswho worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephens Green in the centre of Dublin city in Ireland. This podcast is a collection (updated weekly) of sermons from our weekly Sunday services. There are seperate podcasts for Moments of Reflection and the Children's Story. Search for Dublin Unitarian Church.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco Sunday worship service. Home of liberal spirituality for over 150 years, the Society welcomes people of all racial and religious backgrounds. Our Congregation includes gay, straight, transgendered, and questioning people. More information is available at www.uusf.org.
 
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.
 
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
 
The Reverend Amy Kindred, Minister at Friendship Fellowship at Pineda, the Unitarian Universalist congregation on the hill in Rockledge, Florida, offers words of hope and support in challenging times. The Music Director Stephen Downen and Musician Amy Rosebush provide lovely music to lift your spirits. Technical Assistance is provided by Adam Byrn Tritt. Want to know more? www.uuffpspacecoast.org/
 
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"Story Time" (August 9, 2020) We are the stuff of stars. A collection of particles held together by the laws of physics and the forces of nature. We talk of free will but we move and act in accordance to evolution’s playbook. What sets us apart is our ability to reflect, to look back in time and imagine the future – to see ourselves as part of the …
 
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on August 9, 2020. So many of us feel ourselves unraveling, from time to time, feeling helpless, or traumatized, or horrified at what has been revealed about our neighbors' view of the world. What do we do with the anger we feel? How do we hold on to our hope?By First UU Church of Austin
 
. . . for the mistake shall not be repeated. So reads the inscription on the memorial Cenotaph in Hiroshima, a message to those who died 75 years ago from the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the many more who died of the effects in the years that followed. There are many things we can do to fulfill this promise and make a world …
 
August 2, 2020 10:30 am Melinda Mischik, Rollin Mathis Sunday school in church can make a difference for families. It can make a difference with how our children turn out. They get more about values and ethics, they grow into stories about the Unitarian Universalism and the identity that that means.By UUMAN
 
When life is messy, people get agitated. How do we avoid losing sight of brighter days ahead? Chalice Lighting Words An excerpt of a poem by Mary Oliver (From a collection titled The Leaf and the Cloud) Read by Stephen Downen Music Rising Green by Carolyn McDade. Arranged by Jim Scott (From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2…
 
"The Promise in the Desert" (August 2, 2020) Some have begun calling 2020 "The Great Reckoning," a time when the injustices of reality are fully being called in by the promises of our possibility. It is a powerful, scary, tense, creative, and uncertain time in our lives. Drawing inspiration from the story of Hajar in the Islamic Traditions, we will…
 
Sacrifice is a word that evokes feelings ranging from horror to noble aspiration. It is hailed as a necessary ingredient of religion, success, and community, on the one hand, and it is deeply mistrusted, on the other. And it is much in the news as some U.S. Americans beg others to be willing to sacrifice convenience in order to end the pandemic. To…
 
Building on a foundation of hidden stories, what will it take for us to recreate the world? Chalice Lighting Words By Lewis Howard Latimer. Read by Amy Rosebush. Music We Are Building a New Way, Words & Music by Martha Sandefer (Arranged by Jim Scott. From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005) Voice & Percussion Stephen Dow…
 
As a liberal religion, we hold steadfast to the belief that all are welcome in our places of worship and reflection and that all should feel celebrated and safe. The report “Widening the Circle of Concern” shared at this year’s General Assembly reminds us that our tradition is still growing and living into this vision. This Sunday, guest speaker Sh…
 
"From Fragility to Accountability" (July 26, 2020) This Sunday, there is a journey we'd like you to take with us. Let us go as seekers. We will pack a little bag and wander along a less traveled path. It's a path that we hope, one day, will become well worn as others follow us into a new place. We won’t be following an easy trail, but the promise o…
 
How many times during the last few months have you heard someone begin a sentence with a cliche like the title of this sermon? What words do you hear over and over in a loop as people try to make meaning of what we’re living through together? This service will invite us to dig underneath the cliches, get beyond the scripted conversations, and work …
 
As the climate of our beautiful blue boat home changes, people living near shorelines now find their homes underwater, while those farming on rich land are now beset by drought. The result is increased migration within and beyond borders. We’ll hear from Gregorio, who left Guatemala and its rapidly changing climate to come to Mountain View, and Amy…
 
"Poetry for Summer Musing" (July 19, 2020) Periodically diving deep in the world of poetry is like asking someone to hold a frame around the ordinary or a magnifying glass against the small that holds universes. What better time for such presence to ordinary that is anything but ordinary than summer days -- bring a blade of grass to put between you…
 
Ministerial Intern Lee Legault's sermon delivered on July 19, 2020. Stoics were warriors of the mind who trained to build unbreakable will and character. Roman emperors, enslaved persons, and Vietnam POWs alike have dealt with challenges using Stoic techniques. What might we learn about surviving in this day and age from the ancient mindset of the …
 
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