Speaker: Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Furrer
Rev. Dr. Furrer preaching on the first UU principle. This is the first of seven-part series on UU faith.
Inherent Worth and Dignity of Every Person”
This morning’s sermon is the first of a seven-part series on our Unitarian Universalist Principles. Over the course of the series … read more.
Reverend Furrer preaching on ministry, with particular attention to the nature and purpose of preaching. Building on the work of Steve’s distinguished colleague and ESUC member Alice Blair Wesley, he wants to preface his seven-part sermon series on our UU Principles with an explanation of … read more.
Dr. Furrer, preaching with help from several congregants in an effort to help members know how to be more effective in reaching out to visitors and truly welcoming them. With special attention on what NOT to do. This is also a perfect lead in to … read more.
Honoring the Liberation Leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We will hear the prophetic voice of Dr. King’s ministry and leadership centered in liberation. He not only had a dream, he worked tirelessly for the rights of the poor and working class. He fought … read more.
Most UUs tend to think of our religion as confined to North America, and while that’s pretty much true, it was never wholly true and is less true as time goes on. A tribute to the Partner Church Movement with special attention paid to the … read more.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Services with story, music, and song.
Reading: A Carol of Color by Mary Jenness – read by Aisha Hasuer
from A Treasury of African American Christmas Stories
Story: The Stolen Infant by Carl Scovel – read by Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Furrer