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.
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Reverend Bill returns to the pulpit as Easter Sunday and April Fool’s Day coincide. Are there lessons from the Easter story that can fool us?
Young people across the nation are stepping up and out to challenge our leaders. What motivates them? How can we catch a spark?
Rev. Bill examines small group ministries. Why is this form of ministry changing churches? What is it? Do we have it?
Are you thirsty? As we move into the second month of a new year together, Reverend Bill asks the question: what do you thirst for? Justice? Equality? Love? What will quench your thirst? We will explore this topic together fromthe service that was cancelled for January.
As we approach the week of St. Valentine’s Day, Reverend Bill returns to examine the idea of “Agape.” What is the true meaning of this Greco-Christian term? Does it include the emotions and feelings in relationships? Or can agape stand alone?
It is the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda of 1568. Just what does that mean and how is it important to Unitarian-Universalists?
Reverend Bill asks the question: what do you thirst for? Justice? Equality? Love? What will quench your thirst?
Unitarian Universalist religious professionals of color created this powerful worship service to help our congregations navigate our history of upholding white supremacy and how we can collectively work to dismantle it within the UU faith.
It is often in the quiet and silent moments when a connection to the Divine is experienced. Yet what of joyful noise? What about singing and dancing, swirling and twirling? Reverend Bill gives his last sermon before GA (June 19th -26th) and his summer holiday … read more.