Podcast – 2015

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“Does the Asylum Law Display Compassion?”, Ms. Sarah England, June 28, 2015

Like many countries, the United States has a mechanism for granting asylum to foreign nationals who are fleeing persecution in their home countries. The laws governing this process were established in the wake of WWII and were based on the humanitarian principle of allowing those who fear persecution in their home countries to remain legally […]

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“A New Discipleship”, Rev Kent Doss, June 21, 2015

What would it look like to embody your UU principles every day? This Sunday we talk about the demands of Unitarian Universalism, and how we can support each other in efforts to live out our values in the world. Rev. Kent Doss

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“From Our Perspective”, Sophia Uehara & Grayson Gothard, June 14, 2015

This Sunday our graduating seniors, Sophia Uehara and Grayson Gothard, present the sermon. Our Sr. High youth together leads us in a worship service that reflects their Unitarian Universalist experience and outlook on the world. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Compassionate Companions”, Rev. Kent Doss, June 7, 2015

Compassion is difficult, especially when life demands it of you day after day. This worship will honor the experience of long-term caregiving for loved ones and explore some ways to respond to the challenges that arise. Rev. Kent Doss

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