Sermons

Our worship celebrations include hymns, one or more readings, music, a sermon, an offering, and a prayer or meditation. Below are a few examples of sermons from our worship celebrations.

Pushed Forward By Our Spiritual Ancestors, Rev. David Herndon - February 28, 2016

The Spiritual Challenges of Aging, Rev. David Herndon - February 21, 2016

Conversations, Rev. David Herndon - January 31, 2016

What Did Dr. King Say About Economic Justice?, Rev. David Herndon - January 17, 2016

Beginning Again, Rev. David Herndon - January 3, 2016

Homily for Christmas Sunday, Rev. David Herndon - December 20, 2015

Emptiness as a Spiritual Practice, Rev. David Herndon - December 13, 2015

Footprints in the Sands of Time, John Ballance, Intern Minister - November 29, 2015

The Need for a Transformational Narrative, Rev. David Herndon - November 8, 2015

Today I am Immortal - Don't Know About Tomorrow, Rev. David Herndon - November 1, 2015

Generosity as a Spiritual Practice, Rev. David Herndon - October 4, 2015

Living Life from the Inside Out, Rev. David Herndon - September 13, 2015

Your Calling, Your Ministry, Rev. David Herndon - August 30, 2015

Trickle-Up Justice, Dave Dunn, Intern Minister - August 16, 2015

Climate Justice: What's the Big Idea?, Rev. David Herndon - July 19, 2015

Theodore Parker: Unitarian Heretic, Dave Dunn, Intern Minister - June 21, 2015

No Matter Whatness, Dave Dunn, Intern Minister - May 3, 2015

Embrace Your Weakness. Embrace Your Failure, Dave Dunn, Intern Minister - March 22, 2015

Right Relations, Rev. David Herndon - January 25, 2015

Reconnection Through Simplicity, Dave Dunn, Intern Minister - October 19, 2014

Black History in the Making, Rev. David Herndon - February 26, 2017

Everyday Epiphanies, Rev. David Herndon - January 8, 2017

Kwanzaa as Threshold, Guide, Agitation, and Invitation, Rev. David Herndon - January 1, 2017

One Hundred Days of Unitarian Universalism, Rev. David Herndon - January 22, 2017

Spiritual Ancestry, Spiritual Identity, Spiritual Depth, Rev. David Herndon - February 5, 2017

What If and Why Not?, Rev. David Herndon - February 19, 2017

Come to be moved and held in mutual embrace. Come and be made whole.
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