Our 7th Principle calls us to respect the interdependent web of existence of which we are all a part. How do we stay committed to being green even when it gets challenging?
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Sermon Transcripts from Guest Speakers
|July 19, 2015||Kim Mason||If It Happens to You, Then It Happens to Me|
|Aug 2, 2015||Jerry Bone||Another Country: A veteran’s Odyssey|
|July 16, 2017||Dr. Ted Jones||When One Door Closes… And it’s the Only Door|
|July 30, 2017||Rev. Jake Morrill||The Playground Atheist: A Love Letter to TVUUC|
|June 24, 2018||Neil & Kathy Greenberg||The Stories of Our Lives|
Liberation theology seeks freedom for people from the root causes of poverty. We rarely hear politicians speak about the poor these days. All the emphasis is on the middle class. Has poor become a four-letter word
Beloved community is sometimes articulated as a community of inclusion. CB is going to suggest that “All are welcome” is an opening, an invitation to beloved community, but it is not the goal. We will explore together the idea that inclusion is one part of … read more.
In a Unitarian Universalist church the text for the sermon may come from a Bible or from a reggae song. This Sunday it will be a reggae song.
All too often the slogan Black Lives Matter gets shorten to the hashtag #BLM. Even before it was shortened it was still an understatement. This Sunday we will explore why Black History Month matters to TVUUC.
The church is not a building. It’s the people. How can we organize ourselves so that when people need hope they can say, “Here comes the church.” This Sunday we will be honoring the current and past presidents of our congregation.