Join us this week in celebration of the journey we’ve been on together at TVUUC this year as one community of all ages, marking spiritual milestones we’ve experienced and offering a taste of each of our freely-chosen experiential RE spaces as we share stories and … read more.
Rev. Buice’s Blog: The Tao of Tennessee
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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|
|April 28, 2019||Jeff Kovac||Paul Robeson: Triumph and Tragedy|
What spiritual lessons can motherhood offer for our whole community? How might our spirit grow by walking alongside the care-givers of the youngest members of our church family? By way of conversations with the mothers in TVUUC and beyond, we’ll strive to reach deep on … read more.
Aisha will discuss spiritual and social presence and the spirit of dance while engaging participation via movement, call, and response.
Reverend Donna Uma Aisha Brown (ordained in the Temple of the Spirit) focused on Religious Studies at the University of Tennessee, is a Reiki Master and … read more.
Paul Robeson (1898-1976) was not only a great singer and actor but also an outspoken advocate for the rights of African Americans and other oppressed people. During the Cold War, his radical political views turned him from an international celebrity to a pariah in American … read more.
In this multigenerational service, we will celebrate Easter with Flower Communion–an annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. Please bring flowers to share, although if you forget, someone else will probably bring extras.
“Multigenerational” means that this service will be specially designed to … read more.
An Ageless Question .. We will dig deep into the motherlode of Ancient Indian Folklore & Legends to search for clues. We will knock on the doors of Modern Contemporary History & navigate the Dashboard of Popular culture to find the answer. Let us come … read more.
Former TVUUC minister John Buehrens is returning to our pulpit to talk about the meaning of Sabbath for religious liberals. He will share the story of how our congregation gave him a sabbatical in 1979 – 40 years ago -” that saved and transformed my … read more.
What is it that the still, small voice of your own deepest self tells you about how you are meant to live in this world? Religious community at its best is a place where all who come are offered tools and provisions and company for … read more.
12 Step Recovery Groups tell us we need to reconnect with our inner child. In Red Bay, Alabama, there is a congregation called the Burnout Baptist Church, humor unintentional. How do we reconnect with the youngest, most energetic part of ourselves so that we don’t … read more.
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?