This sermon was inspired by Jon Henson, who purchased the right to name a sermon topic at the 2019 Service Auction. After some great conversation, we narrowed it down to this concise topic!
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
The Flower Ceremony is a ritual celebrating beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. It was originally created in 1923 by Unitarian ministers Norbert & Maja Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Please bring a flower to contribute to our community bouquet.
In place of a sermon this week, Rev. Lisa will answer your questions. Submit questions to the office via email by 9am Saturday morning for consideration at this Sunday’s service. Questions from all ages encouraged.
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper and musical guests Brett Johnson, David Ray, and Paul Moore will explore how music can be a part of movement building.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate those who nurture, while we also acknowledge the varied experiences of being and having mothers. Whether your mothering relationships are close or challenging, there is room for you at this service. Whether your experience of being a … read more.
This multigenerational service will celebrate our commitments to the Earth and the environment.
On Easter Sunday, we’ll engage the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection from a Unitarian Universalist perspective.
Sermon – Practicing Resurrection by Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
Is there any such thing as objective truth? Nobody likes to be wrong, but we all are sometimes. How does it feel to be right? And how does it feel to be wrong?
Sermon – If you’re not right, you’re wrong by Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper … read more.
What is the role of innovation in the creative process? How do open-ended questions and cultivating a practice of curiosity help us to engage on a deeper level? How do creativity and vision inform how we do church together.
Sermon – Commitment Sunday by Rev. Lisa … read more.
There are many different ways to engage the creative process. The left brain/right brain dichotomy tells us that some people are creative and some of us are not, but research and experience tell us that this is not true. Are you curious?
Sermon – A … read more.