Rev Bill returns to our pulpit prior to his vacation to examine the need for rest and rejuvenation. He will explore this on a personal level and institutional level. How do you know you are running on empty? How does a congregational community know? And most importantly how do we push through in these times of emptiness?
Speaker: Reverend Bill Clark
Science and mathematics provide theories and laws to give us insights into how our planet functions. Are there other “laws” and “theories” that can give us insight into a sense of deeper connections to life on earth and how to manifest these laws in times of difficulties?
As we enter the week of Valentine’s Day Rev. Bill returns to the pulpit to explore the concept of Love. Are there varying degrees to love? How do you keep away from co-dependent love? Does love really help the world go ‘round?
“Old Blue Eyes’s”—Frank Sinatra’s—version of this song always gets to me. “I’ve planned each chartered course, each step along the by-way.” As we prepare for our Annual Meeting this Sunday, what is the chartered course for UUSMV? Rev Bill will examine these themes.
Following the example of former Presidents many of our leaders have done some sort of service on MLK weekend. Why is that? What about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King lead people from all walks of life to do some service for their country?
The approach to the holidays seems always to be a time of great anticipation. How do you handle the waiting and anticipating?
Oh, Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah, come light the Menorah.” Rev Bill explores the significance and symbolism of the festival of lights.
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, Rev. Bill explores the ups and downs of always doing things my way.
Reverend Bill shares the pulpit with some of our own veterans, as they examine the history of this national holiday and offer reflections on their years of service.
Is empathy a virtue that can be taught or do we develop it over time?