Sunday, February 19: "Reflections on the Hero's Journey" by Jamie Hinson-Rieger
What makes a hero? Drawing on Joseph Campbell's "The Hero with a Thousand Faces" we will look at different examples of the hero's journey in myth, scripture, and history. What lessons can we apply to our own journey?
Sunday, January 22: "The 7 Minute Spiritual Workout" by Jamie Hinson-Rieger
In this service we will examine wonder, gratitude, and compassion as key concepts that ground us as ethical/spiritual beings, help us live our UU values, and encourage a daily life that is happy, resilient, and responsive to the needs and opportunities around us. Then we will explore a simple spiritual practice to bring more of each into our life.
January 15 Sermon: "Say Her Name" by Jamie Hinson-Rieger
On this MLK Day weekend, join us for a service celebrating African-American women who have been on the cutting edge of the fight for freedom and justice throughout American history, including those who are still fighting today.
November 20 Sermon, "Now What?" by Jamie Hinson-Rieger.
Click here to read the poem referenced in the sermon.
If you would like to contact Jamie about this sermon, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2016 election violated long-standing norms of American democracy, both in the language used and the policies proposed. With the crashing and burning of both the Republican and the Democratic establishment, it seems there has been a sea change in what is possible in American politics. We now face an unknown future. In this service we will discuss how our UU principles call us to respond.