Topic: Love

Go To Bed Angry

Vivien Minshull-Ford will present a sermon by Rev. Emilie Boggis, co-minister at Beacon UU Congregation in Summit, New Jersey. Boggis explores what makes relationships grow and last and what makes them fail. She then generalizes these behaviors to our relationships in the world at large, and what we can do individually to make this a … Continue reading Go To Bed Angry

Love Me More

Sam Smith is a prominent figure in the queer movement across many cultures. His prolific song, “Love Me More,” speaks to the pain of self-acceptance that many face daily. Mohr observes that he often finds himself listening to this song to bolster himself to face every day’s challenges. This Sunday, we will delve into the … Continue reading Love Me More

Love 2.0

Melanie Jenney will present a sermon by Rev. Kaaren Anderson, Interim Minister at the UU Fellowship of Vero Beach, Florida. Anderson discusses and argues for us to change our view of love from one in which we think of it as a special connection with “one special person” to any moment “where we are given … Continue reading Love 2.0

Love the Hell Out of the World

Sara Jane Crespo presents a Rev. Dawn Cooley sermon supplemented with some of her own thoughts on the subject.  Although the church is closed through February, please join us online for the live Sunday Service using Zoom Invitation.  You may also like to follow along using the Order of Service.

Sometimes the Center Does Hold

Whether it’s looking at the diversity of our congregations, the range of our principles, or the objectives of our social action, there seems to be an invisible center around which everything we are and do orbits and this center is mindful love.  Andrew will explore its significance to Unitarian Universalism by focusing on what mindful … Continue reading Sometimes the Center Does Hold