Category: Sermons

Church of Rock with Everyday Anarchy

May 1, 2016 10:45 am Rev. Sean Parker Dennison Today we welcome Everyday Anarchy, a local band, to our sanctuary to immerse us in the power of rock music. Drawing from a wide variety of artists, we will celebrate the music that changed and keeps changing the world.

Theyologies of Liberation

On March 20, 2016 10:45am Rev. Sean presents Theyologies of Liberation. What is Liberation Theology? Is it relevant to Unitarian Universalism? Can it help us understand what is happening in the world today and how we should respond? Can we find ways to talk about how our commitments to justice are connected to our theology? And … Continue reading Theyologies of Liberation

Breaking Cages

On March 13, 2016 10:45am Rev. Sean presents Breaking Cages. What keeps you from being completely yourself, completely whole? What would it look like to burst out of these cages into full liberation? How and why do we keep ourselves from being free? Do we hold back to feel safe? What do we miss by … Continue reading Breaking Cages

The Church of Folk featuring Joe Jencks

February 28, 2016  n the second of our “The Church of _______” services we explore the power of folk music. Singer-songwriter Joe Jencks joins us to share the power and beauty of contemporary folk music. Learn more about Joe at

Desire vs. Aspiration

February 21, 2016  In this service, we will look at the shadow side of Desire and talk about the ways in which it can be destructive to self and community. We will also look into the qualities of Aspiration, and discover how Aspiration can uplift us and inspire compassion for ourselves, and help create compassionate … Continue reading Desire vs. Aspiration

Welcoming Desire

February 7, 2016  Desire is a powerful force, but one we don’t often talk about, especially in church. Is desire good? dangerous? inevitable? Come explore with us as Rev. Sean leads the service.

The Art of Resistance

January 31, 2016  Art is not just about self-expression. It has always been a way of reflecting, resisting, and imagining realities. Rev. Sean will explore art as a means of resistance in this service.