Matt led us in an energetic exploration of rhythm, music and justice. What does the experience of music tell us about how we live our faith in the world? What does it tell us about the community we build together? Listen to these excerpts from the service for rhythm and song, quiet reflection, and an experience of the holy in music.
Guest speaker Cathy Cordes, Executive Director of the UU Partner Church Council, speaks about the Council’s work of linking US churches with UU congregations in Transylvania where Unitarianism was born, and the growth of this effort which now reaches into other European nations as well as elsewhere in the world.
Guest minister Rev. Sarah Person of the Middleborough MA Unitarian Universalist Society gives a powerful sermon about immigration, exploring several myths about immigration and “illegal immigrants,” and US immigration policy .
Rev. Dr. John Tamillio, minister of the United Church of Christ in Canton, is the guest minister. Dr. John, who is a scholar of the poet and Unitarian T. S. Eliot, spoke about Eliot.
Please note: Because of a technical problem with the audio system, the sermon audio quality is not up to our usual standard.
Guest Speaker Rev. Richard Trudeau on “Thinking About God.” Though we’re not supposed to, (Exodus 20:4), we do it anyway. One person’s thoughts on how we might proceed.
Guest Minister Rev. Douglas Wilson speaks about his own love for movies, and how he sees the influence of movies and television on individuals and on society at large. The audio recording includes an introduction of Rev. Wilson by Gary Fox of the First Parish UU Church Services Committee, three readings, and the sermon.