Sermon IV in the year-long series. “Theological Words and Concepts that Make Unitarian Universalists Uncomfortable”

This Sunday I continue my year-long sermon series with a sermon considering the idea of “God,” one of the most fundamental spiritual and theological constructs of all religions. Since our beginnings as a movement some 500 years ago, Unitarian Universalists have always challenged mainstream thinking when it comes to “God” and what that might (and of equal importance, might not) mean to us as a faith tradition. As we move fully into the (post-Christian) 21st Century, this topic is as timely as it has ever been for anyone who is on a spiritual or religious path. Do be with us as we discuss the relevance of “God”.

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