September 20th
“What to do With My Pennant from Cleveland”

Recently an NFL team, the Washington Redskins, agreed to stop using that name for their team.  It reminded me of a trip I took many summers ago to the mid-west which included a stop at Jacobs Field home of baseball’s  Cleveland Indi – uh – “Native Americans”.  This sermon will tell the story of why Cleveland chose the logo they did for their team and why it is important for all of us not to turn a blind eye to the problem of it. Please note today’s service will include a “Blessing of the backpacks.”

September 27th     “ Love and Forgiveness”

Today at sundown the Jewish holy day Yom Kippur begins.  Yom Kippur can be a time of deep reflection for all people to examine their relationships.  Today’s sermon will reflect on what this holy day can mean to Unitarian Universalists.

October 04th              “Living Life in Real-time”

Someday we will all look back on this time of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Many of us will remember it as a time of loss.  Today’s sermon however, will reflect upon this time, even as we are still within it, as a time of forced “slow-down” and what that may mean for us.