Unity Church-Unitarian's Sermon Podcasts

First lines explores the importance of beginnings and what it means to have a beginner’s mind.

Direct download: First_Lines_August_26_2007_by_Richard_Foushee.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:06pm CST

Is it possible that starting a backyard flock of three chickens could be a meaningful response to the human crisis of inequity in food production and distribution? What does producing our own food at the really local level reveal to us about the relationship between feeding our communities and nourishing our souls? And what are you supposed to do when one of your hens begins to crow? Kerri Meyer reflects on the growing trend of keeping chickens and the ‘inexpressible satisfaction’ that comes from more than just fresh eggs.


We in America are immersed in a culture of violence, and in general we don’t even notice. Our news, our entertainment, and our societal norms lead us to accept horrific violent acts as normal, acceptable, business-as-usual. As Unitarians, as people seeking to lead a religious life, should we be concerned? What response can we offer?

Direct download: Unitarians_in_a_Culture_of_Violence_Chico_Hathaway_August_12_2007.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:01pm CST

In religion and spirituality, a pilgrimage is a long journey or search of great moral significance. It may also be a journey to a sacred place or shrine of importance to a person’s beliefs and faith. Lyn Burton will share joys, hardships and insights from her seven-year journey of faith as a Unity Church sponsored candidate for UU parish ministry on the path to Preliminary Fellowship in the UU Minister’s Association.

Direct download: To_Be_a_Pilgrim_Lyn_Burton_August_5_2007.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:39pm CST