As UUs world religions are one of our sources. The month of September gives us the opportunity to fully examine various religious holidays and their significance to our spiritual growth and development. Rev Bill will speak to us of wisdom found during this month.
Reverend Bill Clark
With the summer months behind us, we start a new church year. Rev Bill explores the joys and responsibilities of starting our church year with renewed energy and vitality. When in life do we get the opportunity to start again?
Reverend Bill offers one of his favorite sermons, which looks at Unitarian Universalism through the eyes of the stranger.
Have you ever been kept awake by a dripping faucet or the low hum of the air conditioning? Do you get easily distracted by noise, whispers or crickets? Rev Bill returns will explore the many distractions in our lives.
Rev Bill returns to our pulpit using his skills as an American Sign Language interpreter to explore the issues of boundaries.
What is happening to one-to-one and face-to-face conversation? Are we spending too much time on screens?
As a former student of Christian Science, I always found fascinating Mrs. Eddy’s writings and her use of flowers as a metaphor for her theological thinking.
Mother’s Day can be a confusing day for many. Reverend Bill will be joined in the pulpit, as we explore this confusing and complicated day together.
Everybody grows – from the youngest among us to the elders in our midst. Growing is a natural part of the cycle of life. Yet sometimes there are perceived problems and pain in this process of growing.
Spending time in silence always brings great benefit. Rev. Bill, having returned from his ten-day silent meditation retreat, will examine the sounds within silence.