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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.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Elkhart (UUFE) is a welcoming community encouraging religious freedom, nurturing individual spiritual and ethical growth, celebrating diversity, and promoting a just and sustainable world.Located in Elkhart, Indiana, UUFE is a religious and/or spiritual "home" for individuals and families throughout the Michiana area - drawing its membership from Elkhart, South Bend, Mishawaka, Bristol, Goshen, Middlebury, Edwardsburg, and the list goes on.
 
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Are we alone in the universe? Are we not? What are the implications of your answer (whatever it is)? UUMAN is a welcoming congregation and we thank you for taking the time to get to know us a bit better. You can learn more about us by visiting our website at www.UUMAN.org Unitarian Universalism is a religion based on seven moral principles which pr…
 
Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on October 24, 2021. Our fourth principle talks about the free and responsible search for truth and meaning. What does it mean to be responsible about the truth? What happens when the truth is suppressed? How do you lovingly tell your own truth?First UU Church of Austin による
 
Sermon Audio Sermon, “The Essence of a Spiritual Life”, delivered at University Unitarian Church by Rev. Jon Luopa on October 24, 2021. Service Video Sunday Worship at University Unitarian Church on October 24, 2021 including sermon, “The Essence of a Spiritual Life”, delivered by Rev. Jon Luopa.University Unitarian Church Sermons による
 
Robert Frost's poem evokes the transitory nature of the things we love. As we gather to mark the coming observance of All Souls' Day (which will occur on Tuesday, November 2), we pause to remember those who have passed, and to honor the beauty and magic of their lives. We will share poems and readings, and speak the names of those who have passed f…
 
“The Land of Memory” (October 24, 2021) Worship Service The artist Etel Adnan, wrote that her memories were like a forest with unstable boundaries. Adnan was born in Lebanon, lived in France, then moved to California, living at the base of Mount Tamalpais, where she wrote and painted for many years. Her paintings were a way to explore memories and …
 
As we explore what it means to cultivate relationship, we tap into what it means to nurture our relationship to our spirituality. As Unitarian Universalists, we are pluralistic in nature, and it’s often easy to deprioritize our spiritual connection – especially for those of us who do not identify as spiritual. But how can tapping into our spiritual…
 
Awake, enlightened: they might sound as if they are much the same thing, or at least close kin. But in two movements of the 18th century, they represented a conflict: between the emotion-driven “Great Awakening” and the reason-saluting “Age of Enlightenment.” Unitarianism and Universalism grew ... read more.…
 
The author of Hebrews offers a unique contribution to New Testament theology by portraying Jesus as the high priest. This episode explores the theology surrounding Jesus' high priesthood, looking at how the author of Hebrews understands this role and its wider purposes. We also discuss how Jesus came to inherit the position, the ways in which Jesus…
 
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.Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church による
 
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?Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville による
 
Two sides of a curious coin—right doctrine with wrong spirit, and wrong doctrine with right spirit. Can any sense be made of these possibilities? OPENING REMARKS Appreciation for guests, pronouncing "error," one error in three persons, and mystical grammar. CLOSING REMARKS Reassurances about talking to Mark at the UCA conference, Dana from Pennsylv…
 
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