Speaker: Dave Dunn

Service of Remembrance

Please join us as we remember those who have passed over the course of the year. Let us remember how they have shaped our lives in ways we could not have imagined.

What’s Out There?

Are we alone in the universe? Are we not? What are the implications of your answer (whatever it is)?

Alexa, What’s the Meaning of Life?

If you ask Alexa, “What’s the meaning of life?” she’ll give you an answer. How is that  answer informed? Who is at the wheel? What are the ethics and morality in play? Could there be an agenda?

Radical Forgiveness

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement begins at sundown on Wednesday. It is the holiest day of the year in Judaism; a day when atonement is sought for wrongs committed. How do you seek forgiveness? To what extent are you willing to go … read more.

Blessing of the Animals

Please join us in our annual Blessing of the Animals service.

Rev. Dave Dunn will be blessing our companion animals. All are welcome to bring your furry and feathered, scaled and sassy pets to our campus. We’ll start gathering early, at 9:30 am. We’ll … read more.

The Slippery Slope

During some type of argument or discussion, we’ve all likely heard someone invoke “the slippery slope.” (I’ve done it myself!)… but thinking more deeply, just what does it mean? Do slippery slopes truly exist? Are they ubiquitous? And most importantly, what do they signify for us and our community?

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

As Unitarian Universalists, do we have a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy regarding our personal and communal theologies? Each year we ask our Coming of Age students to share their belief statements. Are we willing to share our own…and just what do we believe anyway?

This will be a livestream service, available to view at our YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcRwJlKGVhksTvxKeCXhxeQ

(This Harvest Moon Service Auction sermon was purchased by Carla Kapeskas.)

Beginner’s Mind

We tend to place a high value on expertise through education and learning. Though there is nothing inherently wrong with education and learning, is there sometimes a price to be paid? Can something be lost along the way?