Speaker: Rev. Joe Mohr

“Rebooting Fatherhood”

Rev. Joe Mohr returns to the pulpit. Special music is presented by Ish Farid wearing his vocalist hat. OOS 6-2-24   Hymn Lyrics 06-16-24 While the church is now open for all services and activities regardless of your vaccination status, the Board strongly recommends that all of us be vaccinated and asks that we continue … Continue reading “Rebooting Fatherhood”

“One Size Does Not Fit All”

Rev. Joe Mohr returns to the pulpit. Have you ever bought something labeled as “one size fits all” and wondered who in the world is “all” because “all” certainly doesn’t fit you? Religious absolutism assumes that everyone should believe in one way and leaves many feeling like they are wearing someone else’s clothes. Too baggy … Continue reading “One Size Does Not Fit All”

“Human Zoo, A Look at Income Inequality” by Rev. Joe Mohr

Humanity has always had a complex relationship with labor. Slavery, poor working conditions, NDAs, proprietary information, and noncompete clauses are examples of how the few have maintained control of the many. Knowing your worth is a practice of mindfulness when someone else is paying for your time and skills. OOS church 2-25-24       … Continue reading “Human Zoo, A Look at Income Inequality” by Rev. Joe Mohr

Presentation by Rev. Joe Mohr

Rev. Joe Mohr is back in the pulpit with another presentation. We’ll also hear Charlie King playing guitar in the latter half of the month. OOS church 1-21-24         Hymn Lyrics for 01-21-24 While the church is now open for all services and activities regardless of your vaccination status, the Board strongly … Continue reading Presentation by Rev. Joe Mohr

A Chalice Dimly Lit

Rev. Joe Mohr is back in the pulpit with his monthly presentation.   The history of our chalice is a symbol of solidarity with the Jewish holocaust. It was a simple oil lamp placed in windows designating safe houses along paths escaping nazi Germany. A guiding light in the darkness.   This greatly shapes our legacy as … Continue reading A Chalice Dimly Lit

It Could Always Be Worse, and Other Platitudes to Make You Feel Guilty for Complaining.

Rev. Joe Mohr returns to the pulpit with “It Could Always Be Worse, and Other Platitudes to Make You Feel Guilty for Complaining.” Joe notes that many times, gratitude takes the form of shame. “You should feel grateful for,” or “at least I’m not as bad as…” Gratitude is so much more profound, sincere, and … Continue reading It Could Always Be Worse, and Other Platitudes to Make You Feel Guilty for Complaining.

Rev. Joe Mohr Presentation

Rev. Joe Mohr returns to the pulpit with another his monthly presentations. Order of Service           Hymn/Lyrics  The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who are fully vaccinated, masks are optional, and social distancing is requested.  Or you may join us for the live service using Zoom.  Below is the Zoom info. … Continue reading Rev. Joe Mohr Presentation

Embodying Worship, Exploring How to Express Spirituality

Rev. Joe Mohr returns to the pulpit with another of his monthly presentations. Order of Service       Hymns/Lyrics    The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who are fully vaccinated, masks are optional, and social distancing is requested.  Or you may join us for the live service using Zoom.  Below is the Zoom … Continue reading Embodying Worship, Exploring How to Express Spirituality

Joy

Rev Joe Mohr will present: Images of Unitarian-Universalism: Dorothea Dix. Another in a series of messages about early UU leaders. Dix was an American advocate on behalf of the indigent mentally ill who created the first generation of American mental asylums. During the Civil War, she served as a Superintendent of Army Nurses. Order of … Continue reading Joy

Images of Unitarian Universalism: Michael Servetus

The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who are fully vaccinated, masks are optional, and social distancing is requested. Or you may join us online for the live service using the Zoom Invitation.  You may also like to follow along using the Order of Service and the Hymn Lyrics.

De Light and De Darkness

Delight, as discussed last week, involves choice. Reflecting on parental wounds (Father’s Day) and how much we choose to focus on the light and the darkness. How much do we let these wounds shape our lives? The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who are fully vaccinated, masks are optional, and social … Continue reading De Light and De Darkness

I’ll Put a Spell on You

The original Latin meaning of the word “delight” meant to be charmed or entranced as if under a spell. Rev. Mohr will be focusing on our capacity to let go, to allow ourselves to be seduced by the beauty and wonder of this world. The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who … Continue reading I’ll Put a Spell on You