Podcast – 2014

“God for UUs”, Rev. Kent Doss, December 28, 2014

There is more than one reason and more than one way to believe in God. This Sunday we explore some concepts of God that resonate most clearly with Unitarian Universalism. We also discuss the best way to hold your theistic faith within a UU community. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Nature: Gateway to God, Gateway to Self”, Glenn Pascall, December 21, 2014

Tapestry member Glenn Pascall honors John Muir on the 100th anniversary of the great naturalist’s passing this Christmas Eve. Glenn will celebrate Muir’s contribution in keeping nature relevant to changing times. Glenn will conclude with examples from Muir and wisdom traditions of how contact with nature helps connect the self to a larger reality. Sources […]

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“Atheism for UUs”, Rev. Kent Doss, December 7, 2014

There’s more than one way to believe in God, and there’s more than one way to be an atheist. This Sunday we explored how some core UU values lead to an atheistic view. And, we talked about how to best grow as an atheist within the Unitarian Universalist community. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Mark Twain Visits Tapestry”, Tapestry Readers Theater, November 30, 2014

Join us for this presentation coordinated by Mickey Jackson and Susan Jagielko; and adapted and directed by Mickey Jackson for Tapestry’s Reader’s Theater. We honor Twain today for his stance against oppression, superstition and sham. He brought the world wisdom and humor, and most importantly, made us think. Our readers include Stephenie Boren, David Dearing, […]

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“Guests at the Table”, Rev. Kent Doss, November 23, 2014

Some of our most important relationships are forged over meals, and stories of meals appear over and over in religious teachings. In preparation for Thanksgiving and as we explore our relationship as a religious community, this Sunday we dig deeper into the roles of guest and host. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Symbols of Our Covenant”, Rev Kent Doss, November 16, 2014

This Sunday we will explore some of the symbols that remind us of our relationships. Some of these symbols unite Unitarian Universalism as a broader faith tradition, while others are unique to the Tapestry community. Rev. Kent Doss

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“A Great Cloud of Witnesses”, Rev. Kent Doss, November 2, 2014

Today marks All Souls Day in the Christian tradition. This Sunday we pause to remember and celebrate our loved ones who have died. More than a day of mourning, this is a time to reflect on the people whose wisdom and caring still influence us today. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Organizing as a Spiritual Practice”, Debbie Rodriguez, October 26, 2014

Debbie Rodriguez Debbie Rodriguez became a UU in 1992. She joined the Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach with her family in 2002 after six years in Bolivia with the Peace Corps. She met her husband, Ramon in Bolivia and their two sons, Rumi and Mayu were born there. At UUCLB she has been on […]

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“Stewards, Guests, Co-Creators”, Rev Kent Doss, October 19, 2014

The way we understand our relationship with the Earth informs the way we care for it. This Sunday we look at the most common ways the Western world has understood humanity’s role in creation. And we will begin to explain why we Unitarian Universalists believe it is our responsibility to help care for our planet. […]

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