Author Archives: Unitarian Universalist Society of Blackhawk County - Cedar Falls, Iowa

Whose Are We? Rev. Mark Stringer

The Rev. Mark Stringer , guest minister from the UU church of Des Moines was our visiting minister this Sunday, during Rev. Eva Cameron’s sabatical. This year the UU Minister’s Association is inviting ministers and congregations to share theological reflection and conversation based on the question “Whose are We”? As UU’s we are not expected […]

Chalica!

Chalica! 
Chalica! is seven days long and runs from the first Monday in December through the following Sunday .  Each day represents a different Unitarian Principle:  a chalice is lit and actions, gifts, or volunteering that expresses that day’s Principle are given and received.  One can have seven different chalices or one common chalice. Monday:     […]

Taking Inventory

A service by Worship Associate Staci-Chananie-Hill. To listen to an original tune by member Bill Brown, the opening words and Chalice lighting click here. To listen to the sermon by Staci-Chananie-Hill click here.

UN Sunday: What Do We Gain From What We Give UP

Worship Associate Staci Chananie-Hill focuses on exploring new pathways, the constancy of change, and how loss can help make us find new ways of doing things. To listen to this service click here.

On What I Hope To Learn: Saying Good-Bye Part II

Rev Eva speaks to the congregation about what her sabbatical can mean for the church itself. It can be a wonderful time for reflection and restoration, before we continue again in love. To listen to this service click here.

On What I Hope To Learn While I’m Gone: Saying Good-Bye Part I

Rev Eva speaks to the congregation about her plans while on sabbatical. To listen to the opening words, chalice lighting and meditation click here.  To listen to the sermon  click here.

Association Sunday: Fiftieth Anniversary

Our UUA Celebrated 50 years since the merger of the Unitarians and the Universalists. We joined thousand of UUs on Oct 3rd in celebrating the past 50 years of UUism and the future of our faith. Beginning in the spring of 2010 the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) embarked on an in-depth strategic review of leadership […]

Festival Sunday: Fall Equinox Fesitval Team

Continuing with the monthly theme of harvesting the Spiritual Tools for the journey of life, we celebrate the full abundance of life. To listen to this Festival Sunday service in celebration of the fall equinox click here.

The Yom Kippur Message: The Weight We Carry

“There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love”.  Listen in as Rev. Eva helps us explore this relationship to our monthly theme of preparing for the journey.  Click here.

Pilgrimage of Life

An exploration of this year’s Spiritual Theme, as we begin our journey together as we look at what it means to belong to a religion of spiritual journey. Rev. Eva shares with us as we explore what resources we need to be on this journey, what we expect to find along the way, and what […]

Water Communion 2010

Each year we come together at the end of summer, and the beginning of the new church year for Water Communion Sunday.  To listen to this service click here.

Delemmas and Choices – John Miller

Every day we are faced with choices that challenge us to apply our seven UU Principles. John Miller helps us explore the choices we make and how those choices impact our relationships, our community and our world, as well as our own personal religious journey. To listen to this service click here.

We All Want The Same Thing –

Staci Chananie-Hill & Stephen Orsborn present todays sermon. To listen to the Opening Words, Chalice Lighting and Children’s Story click here. To Listen to the Sermon click here.

Matin Luther: A Heretic an Educational Reformer

Neil Martinsen-Burell traveled in Central Germany this summer, studying the Lutheran influence on higher education. In this service he shares his experiences and his reflections. To listen to this service click here.

Freedom

Today’s sermon theme was on this 4th of July Sunday was Freedom. Worship Associate Stephen Orsborn did the service. To listen to the opening words, chalice lighting by Maureen Murphy and the children’s story read by Stephen click here. To listen to the sermon by Stephen Orsborn click here.

Love Will Find You – Staci Chananie-Hill

Associate Minister Staci Chananie-Hill and Worship Associate Stephen Orsborn presented this morning’s service. Staci’s sermon dealing with loving, starting anew and loving yourself and loving others. To listen to the opening words and the children’s story on listening click here. To listen to the sermon click here.

Reflections on the Summer Solstice

Karen Impola presents this Sundays service on the eve of the longest day of the year. ( in the northern hemisphere). She looks at solstice celebrations old and new, how our agricultural past informs us and what it means to live on a tilted planet with changing amounts of darkness and light. To listen to […]

Come Celebrate!

Today Rev Eva Cameron, Worship Associate Lara Martinsen-Burrell and the congregation witness Anne Pelikan and Darnelle Van Hales from MN take part in a wedding ceremony during our Sunday Service.  There was also a Renewal of Vows for all couples in the congregation who wished to take part.  Rev. Eva and Lara conducted this celebration […]

Prejudice: What Does it Feel Like – Bill Chene

This Sunday Service was presented by lay member Bill Chene.  He spoke to us about the effects of prejudice from his experience as a child in school.  This Podcast of the service includes the opening words, the chalice lighting, the Thank UU award and the Sermon.  To listen click here.

Memorial Day Chapel

This Chapel Service honors all those who have served our country.  There was a special reading about one of our members who served in WW2 . To listen to this service click here.here.

Ministry Sunday

A minister, by its old Latin roots, is someone who acts as a servant. In the case of ministry in a church, we acknowledge that some people feel deep in their hearts a desire to serve the cause of our community, and our Unitarian Universalist faith. On this day, with joy we commissioned two new […]

Religious Education Sunday

Religious Education Sunday ~ REAP Council, Steve Orsborn (WA) Today we celebrated all the people in our community who work to teach us week after week. Dan Rather said “The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a […]

Festival Sunday

This is our annual Flower Communion and New Member In-gathering Service.  Each member brings a flower to share and we welcome the new members to the congregation with a short ceremony.  To listen to this service click here.

Music Sunday

Music Director Tim Purdum, with Special presentations from the Adult and Children’s Choirs and well as the band presented a wonderful musical service for us. To listen to this service click here.

Earth Day

Earth Day Listen as the Festival Team helps us celebrate Earth Day in this thought provoking, musical and contemplative service.  click here.

Healing as Art – Deblyn Russell

The Power of the creative process of art as a healing force. To listen to this service click here.

Easter: Celebrate

This is the day to remember and celebrate the high moments, the moments of your life that lifted you, inspired you, filled you with hope, joy; awakened you to god/dess, love, life! To listen to this service click here.

Rite of Spring

Rite of Spring: A Festival Sunday ~ Festival Team, Stephen Orsborn (WA) The Festival Team celebrates the arrival of Spring with music, drama and poetry. To listen to the meditation, a skit about spring by the UU Drama Team and the closing words click here. To listen to the opening words and the Child Dedication […]

Smash The Jug and Come to the River

Smash the Jug and Come to the River ~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Staci Chananie-Hill This year as we think about “Standing on the Side of Love” we must consider the first step of love, and that is self-love. Interestingly, self-love often involves self-loss, and then you can love others more fully too. To listen to […]

La Dolce Vita – Abundance Sunday

Rev Eva Cameron and Mike Knapp were  co-preaching for this Sunday service.  During the service they read some of the many comment cards the members wrote about what this church meant to them.  The congregation was asked to bring their pledge forms to the service and they were collected and tallied during the service, with […]

Sharing the Good News

A non-typical service, Rev. Eva Cameron leads us in a course in Biblical Self-defense. We look at our bibles and the passages that are often quoted from the Bible to show that same-sex marriage is wrong. Many people feel that the bible says that homosexuality is wrong although they are not entirely sure what it […]

The Sparrow

The Sparrow ~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Maureen Murphy (WA) Purchased by Brittany Flokstra at the Treats & Talents auction, this sermon is based on the book The Sparrow. Agnostics, true believers and misfits are the first to explore an alien race. To listen to the Opening, the Thank UU Award and the Meditation click here. […]

Youth Sunday

The UU Youth provided a thought-provoking service on “Standing on the Side of Love” from their point of view.  To listen to the service click here.

Chalice Lighter Sunday

To listen to news about the Chalice Lighter program and how our neighboring UU congegations have been using the funds for projects click here.

Standing on the Side of Love: Welcoming Our Neighbors

Part of the challenge offered up by our theme this year “Standing on the Side of Love” is opening our arms wide to those who don’t know we are here. How can we do that? Who are our neighbors anyway? To listen to this service click here.

Anniversary Sunday

On the first Sunday of the year we celebrate the founding of the Universalist branch of our church.  On a cold day in January, in 1874, a group gathered to form a church for people who had questions, and yet still felt that God loved them just as mch.  They called themselves the Universalists.  Listen […]

Chapel Service – New Year’s Revolutions

Al Hays using the inspiration of the Beatles’ song “Revolution”, reflects on the relationship between personal, spiritual and social change.  To listen to the sermon click here.

Candlelight Christmas Eve

An Evening of Carols and Lights.  An evening full of traditional Christmas stories and a modern one, along with traditional Christmas Carols.  To listen to the singing and the sermon click here.

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

~ Rev. Eva Cameron, Staci Chananie-Hill (WA) Sometimes the more natural elements of this season get lost in the all the shopping and hectic Christmas plans and parties. But on this solstice day, we paused and reflected on what nature has to tell us about how to be better humans. To listen to the sermon […]

A UU Christmas Pageant

This is our annual production of the story of the birth of Christ, with lots of commentary along the way, giving us different ideas about ways that UU’s can make meaning of this story, as we share some laughter.  To listen to this program click here.

Sunset in Sabula

Rev. Eva Cameron and Deblyn Russell (WA). Sometimes we really anticipate things in life, which leads to a lot of waiting. Advent is the time of year where we honor the spiritual practice of watching, and being open to the moment. To listen to the Opening words, chalice lighting and message from Rev Eva click […]

Standing on the Side of Love: Gay Marriage

The service began with a special chalice lighting in honor of the Veterans in the Congregation. To listen to this section and the Meditation click here. To listen to the 3 Congregation members share what equal marriage rights mean to them and explore the role a congregation such as ours can have as we stand […]

Auction Sermon: Excluded

Each Year at the Treats and Talents Acution, Eva offers a sermon based on a book of the winning bidder’s choice.  The lucky winner at the 2008 acution was Russ Campbell.  Russ chose the book entitled Excluded by Robert Cummins  The book tells the story of the Council of Churches and their decision to exclude […]

Day of the Dead: Festival Sunday

Christan Churches celebrate All Souls Day, and in Mexico ancient traditions mix with the holiday to creat a poignant time of stories and remembering, on this day the congregation joined together to share stories of loved ones who had departed. To listen to the Opening Words, Chalice lighting, The Committee on Ministry’s Thank UU Awards […]

Chief Black Hawk’s Story

Rev Eva Cameron ask’s us to pause before we enter the month of “thanksgiving and pilgrims” to honor a man “Chief Black Hawk” whose story is not so well know to us as that of the “founding fathers”.  Rev. Eva shared with us some history about the man for whom Black Hawk County is named […]

Missed Lincoln’s Cabin by Five Miles

Every summer as Eva travels, there are things she gets so close to, and yet misses.  This year, it was Lincoln’s cabin.  This got her to thinking about the nature of life, choices, and what we give up as we go along life’s journey.  To listen to this service click here.

Association Sunday – Grow Our Spirit

On this Sunday we joned with UUs all over the country to celebrate our common movement and to raise money to help fund the growth of Unitarian Universalism.  In fact, some of the money raised has helped us join with our churches in Iowa to create sponsored spots about UUism on IPR.  To listen to […]

Ghandhi Jayanti – Bill Chene

This talk and meditation on Ghandhi is presented by member Bill Chene on the occasion of Chandhi’s Birthday.  To listen to this service click here.

Returning to Oneness – Rev Eva Cameron

This podcast begins with the Chalice Lighting by Judy Harrington. The Rev. Eva Cameron sermon is about recognizing the power of realizing the blessings you have in your life, choosing to listen for love. The web of life that surrounds us speaks to us everyday. This was also a journal Sunday. To listen to this […]

Fall Equinox – Rev Eva Cameron, Service For All Ages

The service for all ages team, Karen Impola and the Rev. Eva Cameron put together a service to celebrate the autumn and the lessons it offers us on our Spiritual journey with song, drama, poetry and joy.   To listen to the Introduction, the Apple Tree Skit, the Meditation, a poem by Mary Oliver and conclusion […]

Standing on the Side of Love

Together UU’s from all over the country are working toward Standing on the Side of Love.  Today Rev. Eva Cameron helps us explore the Spiritual Theme for the coming year.  To listen to the Opening Words,Chalice Lighting and the Meditation click here. To listen to the sermon click here.

Labor Day Chapel – Al Hays

Professor Al Hays brought us the message on Labor Day, with a Message titled “The Labor Theory of Value”. To listen to the Opening Words, the Chalice Lighting and the Message click here. This was a short service after which there was an all church clean up and then a pot luck luncheon.

Universalism: Past, Present and Powerful – Rev Kalen Fristad

Rev. Kalen Fristad is an ordained United Methodist Minister.  After serving churches in Iowa for twenty-seven years, he embarked upon an independent ministry, consisting of traveling around the contry with his wife, Darlene.  He accepted invitations to speak to churches and other groups, countering the teaching that many people will suffer for eternity in hell […]

Standing on the Side of Love – Rev Eva Cameron

During this Chapel service the Rev Eva Cameron introduced us to this year’s theme, Standing on the Side of Love.  Which is also the denomination’s theme for the year.  To listen to this service click here.

HalfTime:Planning the Second Half of Your Life – Sean McNally

This chapel service was presented by member Sean McNally. To listen to the service click here.

Poetry Sunday – Rev. Eva Cameron

A Celebration of the lyrical voice of our hearts and souls.  The congregation was asked to bring a poem, one their own or by someone else to share.  To listen to this service click here.

Not Only a Fair Weather Faith – Jim Paprocki

Jim Paprocki’s talk comes from the book, “Not Only  a Fair Weather Faith” by the Rev. William Murry.  The intro includes a solo instrumental from one of the youth.  To listen to the service click here.

The Goldilocks Theory – Bill Chene

This summer service was led by lay member Bill Chene.  To listen to the service click here.

The Tragedy of the Commons

The Service for this service was partly inspired by a 1968 article by Garrett Hardin.  The message looks at the tension between what’s good for the individual and what’s good for the interdependent web.  Karen Impola is the speaker at this service.  To listen to this service click here.

Summer Solstice Celebration

The summer solstice celebration was led by Al Hays.  Due to the weather the celebration was held indoors.  The podcast of the ceremony follows, but the last section where the congregation moves into the circle is not picked up well by the microphones and may be difficult to hear.  To listen click here.

Harvesting The Energy Through Sacred Dance

Harvesting the Energy Through Sacred Dance Join Deblyn Russell and Lara Martinsen-Burrell as they integrate breath and movement from different traditions.  To Listen click here

Joseph Campbell, Your Hero’s Journey

Ben Kieffer, Del Carpenter (WA) What can Joseph Campbell teach us about our hero’s journey?  Iowa Public Radio host, Ben Kieffer,  spoke to us about the influence of mythologist Joseph Campbell on his life.  In particular, he recounted how Campbell’s concept of a hero’s journey came to mind when he covered the peaceful revolutions in […]

Question Box Sunday

During this annual event the Rev. Eva Cameron answers questions from the “Question Box” where we have have been leaving our “Questions” for her to respond to for the last several weeks.  In a religion where we like to say “Even to question truly is an answer” it’s fun to pause and think about what […]

Memorial Day Service

A Chapel Service in honor of those who have died in service of our Country.  Those who have experinced a personal loss were invited to bring an item or photo to place on the altar.  To listen to the service click here.

Butterflies Under our Hats

Rev Eva Cameron and Kathy Klink-Zeitz , our Director or Religious Education, joined together to acknowledge and celebrate the power of religious education.  Knowledge is power and our children and adults go forth from our doors with strength from the many lessons they learn here together.  To listen to the RE honors part of the […]

Flower Communion: A Service For All Ages

On this Mother’s Day we honored the marvelous human potential to find hope, even when times are difficult.  Everyone was asked to bring a flower to share with someone.  New Members were welcomed in a New Member Ceremoney. To listen to this service click here. To listen to the New Member Ceremony click here.

Love A Lichen

Lichen are those small grayish green things that grow on rocks ( mostly).  They just kind of sit there, minding their own business.  We mostly ignore them.  They offer us a unique spiritual message.  To listen to the Opening Words, Chalice Lighting and Choir click here. To listen to the Sermon click here.

Earth Day: Blind To Your Bounty

Rev Eva Cameron, the Service For All Ages Team helped with this celebration of Earth Day with story, song and play.  To listen to this service click here.

What’s Wrong With Atheism – Lynn Brant

That question can be asked (and answered) in the same way as “what’s wrong with my eating an ice cream cone?” either from the point of view of a vegan or from the point of view on a hot July afternoon while standing in front of a Dairy Queen.  Lynn’t talk is in response to […]

Easter Angel

For some of us, this powerful story of resurrection gives us hope, and for others of us, we all find hope in life restored, in goodness and joy restored.  What “Easter Angels: have been in our lives, coaching us, encouraging us to indeed see the moment for what it is – a moment of great […]

Palm Sunday

Tim Purdum, Rev.  Eva Cameron &    Deblyn Russell worked together on this Palm Sunday service.  To listen to the Choir sing, the Chalice Lighting,  a song played and sung by Tim Purdum, the closing hymn and the closing words click here. To listen to Tim’s sermon on Palm Sunday click here.

Justice Sunday 2009

Each year the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee is featured at a Sunday service. To listen to the opening song by the Theoretical String Band, Opening Words, the Chalice Lighting, The Children’s Story read by Al Hays and the Meditation led by the Rev. Eva Cameron click here. To listen to the Rev Eva Cameron’s sermon […]

Rite of Spring – Children’s Dedication

This early spring service is an opportunity to celebrate Spring with music and drama.  We also dedicate children who are new to our UU faith.  In the first podcast you can listen to the Children’s Choir sing the Garden Song, hear the Chalice lighting and the Children’t Dedication.  To listen click here. In the second […]

Feeling Crabby

March is supposed to “come in like a lion” but sometimes it seems to bring a lot more crabs than lions as we are all weary of winter weather.  What can we do with the upsets, angers and crabbiness we find popping up in our lives? To listen to the opening words, chalice lighting, children’s […]

Dare to Give

The Stewardship Team and Rev Eva Cameron explore the deeper meaning of giving during this service. The first podcast includes the opening music, the opening words, chalice lighting and the children’s story. To hear this section of the service click here. The second podcast includes the Stewardship moment, Offering, The Sermon by Mike Knapp and […]

Where Do My Passions Meet the World’s Deepest Needs?

Reflections On Postville. Perry-O Sliwa brought us her ongoing story of intentional living and thoughtful action as she shared her story of thougts and vocation and her engagement with a family profoundly changed since the Postville Immigration raids. To listen to the choir and then to Perry-O tell the children a story about the family […]

Lincoln Bicentennial

Lincoln’s values and causes are central to UU beliefs. Our forefathers and the forefather’s of his day had an active involvement in the abolitionist movement and other progressive causes of that era. Let’s celebrate 200 years of progress.  To hear this program click here.

Love – A Service For All Ages

The  Rev. Eva and the Service For All Ages Team  used music, drama and poetry to share with the congregation about all the many ways that love touches our lives. This podcast of the service is divided into 3 separate podcasts. To listen to part 1, which includes the Children’s Choir, the Opening words, the […]

Darwin Day. A Celebration of Darwin’s 200th Birthday

We have a special love of the relationship of science and religion. For some, Darwin’s evolution has become their religious myth as well as a scientific theory. Let’s celebrate the man, his ideas and how they have rocked our religious world! To listen to the Theoretical String Band play “Hey Charley”, The Rev. Eva Cameron’s […]

Facing Our Fears: Youth Sunday

What are we afraid of, and why? In order to “dare to grow” we need to face these questions. The UUYouth will lead us in a service exploring the theme of fear.  To listen to this service click here.

Teach Us Love – Martin Luther King, Jr Sunday

The Artistic Youth Ensemble of Minnesota joined us on this special Sunday to bring some special music to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To hear this special music and Rev. Eva Cameron’s special words about his dreams and ours, click here. If you would like to learn more about the Artistic […]

Meet Everett Hale

Hale once said, “I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something I can do.” The Rev. Eva Cameron is preaching joined by Worship Associate Al Hays.  To listen to this […]

Spreading Like Wildfire

Once Universalist congregations spread across the Midwest with giant revival meetings.  What message did they offer the spirit-weary of the plains?  Strong enough to leave Iowa with over one hundred congregations at the turn of the last century!  What can we learn from this past? To listen to this service click here.

Anniversary Sunday – Communion

Every January we celebrate the Aniversary of the Universalist Church in Waterloo by having communion with the orginal communion service used by the Universalists.  To listen to the Communion story told to the children and the congregation by the Rev Eva Cameron click here.

New Year’s Chapel

New Year’s Chapel Some say doing the same thing again expecting different results is foolish. Others say the variables are always changing so doing the same thing again expecting the same results is also foolish. Whether either or both views are correct, stopping to take a look back and a look forward is worth doing.  […]

UU Christmas Pageant

The Service For All Ages Team , Rev. Eva , and others enacted the Christmas story with reflection on just what it all means from voices of UUs with differing theological points of view–funny, respectful, and inspiring.   To listen to the service click here.

Hurry Up, Slow Down

Does the ‘holiday season’  get your blood pressure up as you think of all the things that need to get done before the 25th?! Just as the one approach to this holiday asks us to rush about at break-neck speed, there is another side that asks us to slow down, to reflect, to listen, to […]

Giving Thanks: Sprituality and Food

Sue Hill, Commissioned Lay Minister helps us reflect on the role that food plays in our spiritual lives.  To listen to this service click here.

Thanksgiving Festival with Bread Communion

A service to celebrate the richness of life and all that we have for which to be thankful. The choir and worship associate Karen Impola assisted with this service.  To listen to this service click here.

Daring To Grow Our Church

What does it take to grow our Church?  Is growth really necessary.  Lara Martinsen-Burrell joins Rev Eva Cameron with the service and the New Member Ceremony.  To listen to this service click here.

To Serve

To Serve is what Minister means in Latin.  Our three Commissioned Lay Ministers, John Miller, Sue Hill and Deblyn Russell share their faith and spiritual perspectives on how becoming Commissioned Lay Ministers has “dared them to grow”.  To listen to this service click here.

Day of the Dead/All Souls Day

Attendees were asked to bring mementos or photos of loved one who were no longer with us to decorate the alter on this day as we honored the dead.  We shared stories and remembered those who helped shape our lives.  The family Choir sang, Al Hays shared some words from favorite poets and the Rev […]

God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds for Me

This service explores the idea of Covenant, and just what it can mean for us UUs.  The band helps out with a theme song. To listen to the  and the Meditation Click here. To listen to this Sermon  click here.

Prophetic Sisterhood – Rev Eva Cameron

This Service was a Treats and Talents Sermon purchased by Jan Gallagher.  Jan selected the Book, Prophetic Sisterhood, about the sisterhood of Unitarian women who build churches in Iowa over one hundred twenty years ago.  Rev Eva Cameron, Jan Gallagher and Worship Associate Karen Impola put together hymns, a childrens story and a sermon from […]

Association Sunday: Grow Our Spirit

This Association Sunday Service is a celebration of our connection with the larger Unitarian Universalist movement around the country.  To listen to the Intro and Meditation click here.  To listen to the Children’s Story click here. To listen to Del Carpenter, Rev. Eva Carpenter and Jeff Heiden speak about our connections to the UUA click […]

Yom Kippur – Rev. Eva Cameron

This is the time set aside in the Jewish calendar for reconnecting ourselves to others, to the world, to God. It is a time of reconciliation. Each year we follow the lead of this ancient tradition, and pause, reflect on our lives, and work towards at-one-ment yet again. Rev Eva Cameron, Bill Harwood , Judith […]

Gandhi Jayanti – Rev. Eva Cameron – Sept 28, 2008

This service honors the Birthday of Gandhi and his committment to effecting large changes in governments and in societies using the tools of ahimsa.  To listen to this service click here.

Fall Equinox – Rev. Eva Cameron

Crisp fall leaves, brilliant blue sky, harvesting crops and fruits while the squirrels harvest their nuts.  All these and many other images fill our heads as we dream of fall.  Autumn offers a special message inviting us to grow ourselves spiritually as well, if we only pause to read the scripture written on the turning […]

The Knocking of Our Hearts: Knoxville Remembered

This summer, Unitarian Universalist hearts joined ours in lurching as we heard the news that the Knoxville UU Church had suffered critical losses due to a man entering the sanctuary with a gun and firing it.  It is important to pause, and hold closely all those peole, memories, places and ideas we hold sacred, special, […]

Dare to Grow – Meditation from Service -Rev. Eva Cameron

To listen to the Time for Meditation and Journaling click here.