Video Sermon Archive

Watch any of our archived Sermons over the years on Youtube!

OCT. 4TH, 2020

Is There Such a Thing as Evil?

Rev. Scott W. Alexander

“The theological question of human evil has long vexed Unitarian Universalists. Historically, we have been steadfastly optimistic about human nature and potential – far more so than more conservative traditions which talk about original sin and human depravity. In these challenging times, maybe Unitarian Universalists need to re-examine how we understand human wrong-doing and malfeasance?

OCT. 11TH, 2020

Servants Leadership as Spiritual Practice

Mr. Steve Becker

It is one of the most beautiful compensations of life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself. Serve and thou shall be served.” 

 -Ralph Waldo Emerson

OCT. 18TH, 2020

Doing The Right Thing

Rev. Sarah York

With inspiration from Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables, this sermon explores the spiritual aspects of justice, and some of the thorny issues we encounter as we seek to do the right thing. 

OCT. 25TH, 2020

“May Your Pillow Catch of Fire”! a sermon on Empathy

Rev. Scott W. Alexander

Empathy (and the lack of it) has arisen as an issue in this year’s Presidential campaign. In addition, recently there was a rather startling thought piece in the New York Times entitled “The Trouble with Empathy.” All this talk about empathy has caused me to reflect further on this human quality, which I believe is spiritually essential for us as Unitarian Universalists.