Sermons recorded live during Sunday Services in the sanctuary of the Unitarian Congregation of West Chester, Pennsylvania
In the absence of a denominational canon, its body of literature, rules, and standards, where do UUs turn for guidance when we find ourselves in pain and in need of a path? UCWC Member Michael Werner shares what he's learned in his search for a UU canon.
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It’s so easy to avoid contact with everyday nature and approach it with guilt or regret or reluctance rather than joy. Stopping to admire a cloud can give a moment of physical, mental, and spiritual renewal. What can we do to restore our souls and nature?
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 7.64MB - Duration: 16:40 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
Janet Peck is back to treat us with her annual “Let’s All African Dance” service. Live drummers led by Quint Lange.
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Mary Ellen Giess, an alumna of the UCWC RE program, takes on the challenge to our personal values of interfaith activism and engagement. Her brother, Paul Giess (trumpet) and Dr. Richard Veleta (piano) perform Come Sunday by Duke Ellington.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 11.39MB - Duration: 24:52 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
There are countless examples and references to freedom and liberty in American history. On this Fourth of July weekend, UCWC member and guest speaker Rev. David Long takes a deeper look a basic one, freedom of thought.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 15.33MB - Duration: 33:29 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
As his Interim Ministry at UCWC winds down, Rev. Bill reflects on his time here and shares a few of the favorite memories he will take with him.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 6.9MB - Duration: 15:04 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
Rev. Bill looks at all that UCWC has accomplished in the church year and tells us five things that really define success both for individuals and their beloved community church.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 7.82MB - Duration: 17:05 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
Rev. David Pyle, a UU chaplain, reflects on his military chaplaincy experience and relates, from this unique point of view, to the themes of worldwide peace and universal justice. David begins with a reading by Rev. Barbara Pescan.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 10.14MB - Duration: 22:08 m (64 kbps 22050 Hz)
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