An Omnist, in contemporary terms, has come to describe a person who recognizes and respects all religions or lack thereof. The Oxford dictionary defines an Omnist as one who “believes in all faiths or creeds, a person who believes in a single transcendent purpose or … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson
In this month of our country’s “Independence“, this sermon shall reflect upon the words of Frederick Douglas; “the rich inheritance of justice, liberty, prosperity and independence, bequeathed by your fathers, is shared by you, not by me. The sunlight that brought light and healing to … read more.
What is play and how can it influence our ongoing free and responsible search for truth and meaning? . . . especially in our current time of cultural and societal tumult? It has been said that to truly laugh, you must take your pain and … read more.
Across time and all cultures, it is the story that has been and continues to be an agent of personal transformation. This sermon will remind us of the power of stories and the power within our own story. Our stories motivate and challenge us to … read more.
This sermon asks us to ponder and to reflect upon this tangled, tumultuous journey of our present time and ask ourselves, what are we becoming? It will also challenge us to consider the words of Albert Schweitzer, who said; “The path of awakening is not … read more.
This sermon will explore the meaning of commitment and our ability and our willingness to keep the commitments that we make. How has our ability to keep our commitments changed during our present time of tumult? Or has it? How do we maintain the quality … read more.
We put the spotlight our newest generation, whom we may choose to call “Kids These Days,” those between the ages of 3 and 23. Most of these young folks are still too young to have had a significant impact on our society but the older ones … read more.
What is wisdom? How does it differ from knowledge? Is the difference worth discerning? This sermon will explore the landscape of the difference between knowledge and wisdom and how the difference plays out in our modern world.
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Find out how the 7 principles of Kwanzaa relate so well with our UU principles.
Guest minister, Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson, introduces us to the history, meaning, symbols, practices and principles of Kwanzaa – a family and community holiday for everyone. Music includes features from Mwamba Children’s … read more.
Rev. Parker is arguably the most well-known and quoted Unitarian Universalist minister. His words and popular quotations would later inspire speeches by Abraham Lincoln and MLK, Jr.
Sermon provided by Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson.
Musical selections performed by Susannah Martin.
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