Topic: Philosophy

Alexa, What’s the Meaning of Life? (A Reprise!)

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?

(Rev. Dave is doing a reprise of this message, as we experienced some technical difficulties when it was originally done on September 26.)

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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?

Lay Led Service: What is Unitarian Universalism?

What does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist? This question gets asked a lot, by newcomers and long-time UUs alike! As UUs, we encourage each other’s spiritual development as we search for truth and meaning. Our lay leader this week, Amanda Bralley, will share what being UU means to her, and some of our members will share their thoughts, too, so come join us on YouTube as we explore what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.

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?

Parables and Portraits

Come experience the wisdom and humor of several stories from the book “Parables and Portraits” by Stephen Mitchell. Come, let us tell you a story.

It’s a Wonderful Church

In the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” the angel Clarence tries to “earn his wings” by showing George Bailey, the character played by Jimmy Stewart, what the world would look like had he not been born. What might the world look like without UUMAN?

Free and Clear?

We all want things “free and clear”…free from encumbrances, ties and restrictions. When we reflect upon who we are, what we possess, what we have, how much of that do we view as free and clear?