What is the Truth Your Life Depends On?

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Sermon for March 20, 2016, by Rev. Kate R. Walker and the Stewardship Team What is the truth that you believe you were put on earth to tell? This is our Stewardship Sunday, a day upon which we celebrate truth, commitment, and generosity in community.  


What Would Jesus Do? Radically Love You! – February 2016

Presenter:

Presented by Rev. Kate Walker
February 28, 2016

This spring we are studying Christianity as part of our rotation of the world’s religions.
Chalice Lighting/Opening Words by John Cummins

Hymn No 23 Bring Many Names

I Am a UU, and MVUC Is My Home: Jim Burke

Reading: WWJD? by Patrick Murfin Name

Sermon: What Would Jesus Do? Radically Love You!

Hymn No 26 Holy, Holy, Holy

Extinguishing the Chalice (No 456)

 

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Where is the Religion in This Presidential Election?

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Sermon for August 14, 2016, by Mary Beth Matthews, Associate Professor of Religion, University of Mary Washington.

“Religion is everywhere. There are no human societies without it, whether they acknowledge
it as a religion or not.”  — Octavia Butler


While We live – May 15 Second Service

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Sermon for May 15, 2016, by Rev. Phyllis Hubbell and Rev. John Manwell.

In his song, “When I’ve Gone,” the late protest singer Phil Ochs wrote of the many things he would not be able to do when he’s gone. Our guest preachers reflect on using each moment we have “while we live.”


Who Are We? Citizenship and Immigration in the U.S.

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Sermon for July 2, 2017 by Sarah Cade

Immigration and refugee issues are often in the news, but this area of law isn’t well understood. We look at the history of U.S. citizenship and immigration, from the Constitution to the present, and ask what it shows about who “we” are as a people.


Working Together For Our Earth

Presenter:

Sermon for June 11, 2017 by the Reverend Dr. Kate R. Walker.

The Coming of Age class and Rev. Walker offer a worship service with an environmental call to action focused on climate change. We will celebrate our graduating youth in our annual Bridging Ceremony for 8th and 12th graders.


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