Speaker: Rev. Bruce C. Taylor

Walking With You Is My Prayer

This faith community is more than a collection of people. It’s a religious body, created and sustained by covenant. Your covenant is more than a spoken formula. It’s your DNA, providing continuity from one generation to the next. Today’s service explores the nature and importance of a covenant for us as a UU congregation.

What Are We Waiting For?

Advent is the season of hope. As Mary was expecting her child, the people of Israel were waiting for a new leader to rise up, to put an end to oppression and usher in an era of peace. Today’s sermon considers this perennial hope and … read more.

What Does ‘Free Church’ Mean to You?

Unitarian Universalism is part of a larger, free church tradition. As such we are self-governing and self-supporting. What does it mean to be a free church? What is this freedom to which we aspire, and how does it transform lives?

The Black Spot

Traveling in Wales, I was surprised to learn that there are 13 Unitarian chapels clustered within a 20-mile radius in the county of Ceredigion. Today’s sermon will trace the development of Unitarianism in Wales, and explore connections with the Unitarian Universalist movement in our own … read more.

Easter, Passover and the Memory of Liberation

Easter and Passover draw attention to the connections between Christianity and Judaism, two faiths that represent a significant part of our Unitarian Universalist heritage. Today’s sermon considers liberation as a common thread that sustains faith communities in the present and fuels a powerful vision of … read more.

The Necessity of Friendship

The word ‘friend’ covers a multitude of meanings, ranging from a connection in social media (just a screen tap or mouse-click away) to a lifelong union of kindred souls. This Sunday, we consider the significance of friendship in its many forms, and how the virtues … read more.

Meeting Howard Thurman

Born in the segregated South, Howard Thurman lived out his vision of God as the power of love dwelling at the heart of life. In the process, he served as a spiritual mentor to gen-erations of social reformers, including the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, … read more.