Sermon Archive

Please enjoy our Sermon Archive. Some sermons are available in audio and/or document format.

Recent Sermons

Jennifer Thompson
Description: In this season of weddings, now expanded to include same-sex marriages in nearly half the States, including Wisconsin, we hear a lot about love.
David Stokes
Description: Live animals that enrich our lives in summer. This presentation will be hands-on/minds-on, entertaining, educational and fun, or else.
Pat Morrissey
Description: One of the most precious experiences of life is to discover what your life is about and why you're here.
Rev. Linda Hansen
Description: When Star Trek: The Next Generation ended its television run, author Ursula K.
Candice Haight
Description: We live much of our lives in action and engagement with the world, yet the deeper impact of what happens is registered in the narrative of the hea
Brian Mitchell
Description: UCN Dads share their reflections on parenthood.
Rev. Julie Forest and Rev. Joyce Palmer
Description: Back by popular demand, we will offer a thanksgiving for past pets that have graced our lives.
Rev. Julie Forest and Rev. Joyce Palmer
Description: Today we celebrate our annual Flower Communion, which was created by Norbert Capek (1870-1942), who founded the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia
James Galasinski
Description: This sermon will explore the racial and political divides in this country and see how religious communities can do their part to ease these tensio
Rev. Julie Forest, Rev. Joyce Palmer and Ginny Chiaverina
Description: For many people, music and devotion to music has been a path to spiritual enrichment.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: Historical, archetypal and cartoonish. The Devil crops up in in both Hebrew and Christian scriptures as well as Buddhist texts.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: Wait, what do you mean? Can atheists even have spirituality? You bet they can. Today we explore what spiritual qualities atheists value.
Description: If there is one thing I learned in seminary, it is that there are multiple ways to think of the divine and a lot of middle ground between theism a
Rev. Julie Forest and Rev. Joyce Palmer
Description: Today we celebrate the words and deeds of the prophet Rachel Carson.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: If those words or that sentiment does not excite you, you are not alone.
Rev. Lynne Garner
Description: Today we examine the current status of prisons in this country, as well as the broader social implications involved, and what we as Unitaria
Rev. Julie Forest and Rev. Joyce Palmer
Description: Come here some stories about restoration of our earth, our souls and our community.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: As part of our Easter celebration we honor our Christian sources and see how practicing the teaching of Jesus keeps his message alive.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: One of our common folk idioms concerning our children is “The apple does not fall far from the tree.” But what happens when the apple is ver
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: Women’s right to adequate health care remains an important issue especially when it comes to reproductive health. Special music by Mary Terr
James Galasinski, Intern Minister
Description: While a small percentage of worry might be beneficial, most worry is toxic to the body, spirit, and mind.
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: What does a living infrastructure look like and why is it sexy?
James Galasinski, Intern Minister
Description: In the 19th and early 20th centuries, both Unitarians and Universa
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: Resilience, that quality of being able to survive and thrive amidst negative experiences or failures, is a spiritual discipline that can be
Rev. Julie Forest
Description: The Buddha taught that morality is the true beauty of a human being and that it is revealed in relationships.