Unity Church-Unitarian Sunday Services Podcast (Worship Theme: Brokenness)

Direct download: Breakthrough_Rev._Rob_Eller-Isaacs_January_19_2020.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 10:44am CDT

Here is the link to listen to the congregational meeting led by Rev. Jen Crow on January 12, 2020: https://www.unityunitarian.org/ministerial-transition.html

Direct download: Welcome_It_All_Rev._Jen_Crow_January_12_2020.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 2:06pm CDT

Direct download: Tolling_of_Bells_January_5_2019.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 4:03pm CDT

The text of Karen Hering's poem, “Here,” recited at the end of the sermon: http://karenhering.com/a-poem-for-living-through-change/

Direct download: By_Way_of_Pain_Rev._Janne_Eller-Isaacs_March_4_2018.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 8:37am CDT

This sermon is based on the song, Stones in the River. You can listen to the song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhgKxWGCj-c

This audio begins with a reflection offered by worship associate Bailey Webster.

Direct download: Beyond_Repair_Rev._Rob_Eller-Isaacs_March_2_2014.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 12:33pm CDT

It is so easy to be captured by the myth of progress. It’s not that there is no such thing as progress but it is neither inevitable nor orderly. As young people we imagine our personal lives will conform to certain patterns of progress. And as a culture we tend toward the assumption that progress is "onward and upward forever." There are aspects of the myth both personal and collective that need to be broken. Janne Eller-Isaacs and Worship Associate Hal Freshly will lead the service.

Direct download: Breaking_Away_Janne_Eller-Isaacs_March_28_2010.mp3
Category:Worship Theme: Brokenness -- posted at: 10:17am CDT

It is often difficult to find meaning in the midst of brokenness.  Perhaps a deeper question is attempting to find the Sacred in the midst of suffering.  What, if anything, is holy or redemptive in suffering?  How can our lives be changed for the better from our brokenness?  The age old question of “Where is God in my suffering?” is not easily answered, if answered at all.  How we respond to brokenness can be painful, as well as beautiful.  Join Coordinator of Youth and Campus Ministries Luke Stevens-Royer and Worship Associate Katy Taylor for a service on brokenness and compassion.