Sermon Archive

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Right Speech – August 1, 2021 – Rev. Meg Barnhouse and Beth Karow

Right Speech (Gentle Words, Kindly Spoken) A sermon delivered by Rev. Meg Barnhouse August 1, 2021 Service led by Beth Karow, Worship Associate Actions may speak louder than words, but if we don’t tend to the words we speak and how we speak, them we can do great harm. This Sunday Rev. Meg Barnhouse, the […]

Remembering Well – May 30, 2021 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

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Remembering Well   Rev. Kevin Tarsa  A sermon delivered May 30, 2021 via Zoom to the  Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains  (Preceded by Remembering Well by Paul S. Sawyer.)    For those of us who remain, it’s about remembering well.   Who are you remembering today?  I’ve been thinking about someone I never met.   I’ve shared […]

A Community of Communities – April 25, 2021 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

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A Community of Communities   by Rev. Kevin Tarsa A sermon delivered April 25, 2021 via Zoom to the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains “There is no me without you.  We shape one another.  … we can only find ourselves through shared becoming.”   ~ enfleshed ~ Food Forests Shared becoming. That’s the reality, if […]

Coming Together to Restore our Earth – April 18, 2021 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

Coming Together to Restore our Earth   Rev. Kevin Tarsa  A sermon delivered April 18, 2021 via Zoom to the  Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains Out of Thin Air From our Earthbound vantage point, the enveloping sky and atmosphere above us seem endless, or at least immensely vast.    From the space station that circles the […]

So the Dough Isn’t Ready – March 28, 2021 – Rev. Kevin Tarsa

Watch for the service video. Soon! So the Dough Isn’t Ready Rev. Kevin Tarsa Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains March 28, 2021 delivered via Zoom Rabbi Rachel Barenblat’s wonderful reading, “Ready” from her Velveteen Rabbit’s Haggadah for Pesach, preceded the sermon. OF KNEADING BOWLS I have my great grandmother’s kneading bowl. Well-used, slightly rough, […]