Today is April 23, 2014

SERMONS AND RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION

Past Sermons

Some speakers have generously provided a copy of their sermon(s). Others have allowed us to make an audio recording during the service. They are available below.

Building Bridges in WNY: Jews, Muslims and Others Working Together

by Rob Stall, March 10, 2013.

My Spiritual Journey §

by Ed Gilbert September 23, 2012

The Opiate of the People: Was Marx Right? §

by Ed Gilbert February 26, 2012

Remember Me §

by Doreen Peever January 9, 2011

Religion Beyond Belief §

by Ed Gilbert December 19, 2010

White Rose: Those Who Give Their Lives §

by John Berry July 25, 2010

Beyond Belief: Confessions of a Religious Naturalist §

by Michael Battenberg March 28, 2010

Neurotheology and a Virtual God §

by John Northover March 21, 2010

Climate Change: to What Extent Should We Mitigate or Adapt? §

by Philip Curtis December 6,2009

Who are the Universalists? §

by Jim Glassford March 2009

The Power of Privilege §

by Joan Wiley March 2009

Unitarian Universalist Views of the Church §

by Jim Glassford October 2008

In the Name of the Father: Leviticus 18:22 §

by Ed Gilbert September 2008

Searching for the Great Truths: The Silent Generation§

by Jim Glassford April 2008

Unitarian Universalist Views of the Bible §

by Jim Glassford April 2007

Lively Virtues §

by Monica Hornyansky January 2006

Celebrating the Rainbow Straight from the Heart §

by Joan Wiley February 2006

A Request to Please Pause for Reflection §

by John Mayer

Beginning Again §

by Michael Hornyansky January 2004

Same Sex Marriage Sermon §

by Doreen Peever April 2005

What Do You Mean by I Believe §

by Michael Hornyansky February 2003

Religious Exploration

Unitarians are encouraged to personally explore the religious. Exploration can be carried out through many means including but not limited to: discussing sacred texts, participating in adult classes sponsored by CUC, participating in our book club, sharing inspirational poems and works of art, reflecting on the sacred in everyday life, participating in structured nonverbal activities such as yoga or tai chi or participating in nonverbal unstructured existence through meditation.

 

Unitarian Congregation of Niagara
We are a welcoming congregation §
223 Church Street
Saint Catharines, Ontario L2R 3E8
(905)687-8433