Be patient…

Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison. “Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves…” These words, written by Rainer Maria Rilke in […]

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Grace Amazing

Testimonies by Black members of the congregation. “What does Black History Month mean to me?” On Sunday, February 7th, First Unitarian’s service will center the voices of Black members of […]

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Body of Life

Sermon by Angela Klassen and Rev. Lynn Harrison. “The toe bone’s connected to the foot bone, the foot bone’s connected to the ankle bone, the ankle bone’s connected to the […]

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Your Body is Welcome

Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison. Last week, we reflected on how our senses can bring us back in touch with the beauty and meaning of life. As our three-part series […]

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Coming to Our Senses

Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison. For almost a year now, we’ve been acutely aware of our bodies: how our physical selves are vulnerable to a new illness, and how our […]

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