Human Nature

Sermon V in the Year-Long Series “This I Believe”

Scott writes: Over the course of this year-long series, I am exploring central theological/intellectual concepts that give shape to our Unitarian Universalist faith. What we conclude–both theoretically and practically–about “Human Nature” will fundamentally shape how we … read more.

Is It Ever Right to Seek Vengeance?"

Scott writes,

Recent violent events in the Middle East–with one side or the other swearing to exact “vengeance”–has gotten me thinking about the spiritual, moral, and emotional dimensions of seeking “vengeance” or “retribution” for perceived injustices. As I reflected on this thorny human issue, I … read more.

The Biggest Word in the Whole Wide World


Scott writes,

On this festive Sunday when we will enjoy our annual catered “Fellowship Brunch” (No reservations required…Too Jay’s Restaurant will provide the full, delicious breakfast buffet) I want to explore “The Biggest Word in the Whole Wide World.” No…it is not supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (or … read more.

Spiritual Emergency/Spiritual Emergence

Pulpit Guest–the Rev. Dr. Lee Barker

Our very special pulpit guest this Sunday is the Rev. Dr. Lee Barker, who will be sharing a sermon on the Unitarian Universalist journey on race and equality. A life-long Unitarian Universalist, Lee Barker was elected to the presidency of … read more.