As each service in the month occurs, the date and the title will be tagged with links to a YouTube playlist featuring the introduction slides and the sermon from that Sunday.

To enjoy the full experience, be sure to join us in Zoom (on your computer or by phone) at 11:00 on Sunday mornings. Join our email list to receive our weekly Bulletin with the Zoom link and password!

September 6, 2020

Rev. Teresa Leary

 “It’s All About the Love”

Minister Teresa Leary will speak about her personal journey, different types of love, religious and spiritual perceptions on love, and how as UU’s, we utilize this beautiful emotion to effect positive change in our wider world.

September 13, 2020

Rev. Tracie Barrett

Judy Raymond, Worship Leader

“Radical Hospitality

What does it mean to provide “radical hospitality”? Are we doing that in our lives? In our congregation? Rev. Tracie Barrett, Minister of Ritual and Liturgy for Soul Fire–a Unitarian Universalist Ministryexplores this topic and how it translates to online worship.


September 20, 2020

Dr. Don Musser

Jane Bradford, Worship Leader

“Searchin’: Finding a Faith of Your Own

“A free and responsible search for truth and meaning” is one of seven UU principles. In truth many people simply inherit a faith, holding to “the faith once delivered” or “what I was taught to believe.” But UUs keep searchin’. Always exploring, open to new understandings. Hoping to find truth and meaning. This talk with engage the who, why, what, and how of the faith search. At the beginning of the talk, the speaker will ask you why he would deliberately misspell “searching.” Come prepared!

September 27, 2020

Dr. Debra Gaffney

Sarah Mahler, Worship Leader

“Is it just 2020, or am I Depressed?”

COVID-19, racial strife, police brutality, hurricanes, murder hornets — 2020 is enough to get on anyone’s last nerve, and some estimates suggest that as many as 33% of Americans are suffering from some degree of clinical depression this year. Acupuncturist and holistic physician Dr. Debra Gaffney will offer insights on how to adapt to the rapidly-changing “normal”, practice radical self-care, and know when to call in the pros for help.