2018 Sermons


"Never Turning Back"

Transformation is different from small-scale change. Transformation often makes it impossible to return to the original state of things. This Sunday we explore the beauty of moving forward and the sometimes scary reality of never turning back.
Rev. Kent Doss

April 15, 2018

"Denial is not a River in Egypt"

Nothing in nature is still or static. Like the currents of a river, change happens whether or not we want it to. By avoiding currents, or worse, damming our river, could we be interrupting our own metamorphosis? Our own transformation? Like dropping a stone in a river, the results can have deep ripples in our lives.

April 8, 2018

"New Beginnings"

Rev. Kent Doss

April 1, 2018

"Celebration Sunday"

Today we celebrate and conclude our annual pledge drive, themed “Forward Together.” Everyone will deposit their pledge cards in the collection baskets to support our wonderful spiritual community as we celebrate our milestone achievement of owning our own building.

March 25, 2018

"Fools for Love"

Rev. Kent Doss

March 18, 2018

"Community Can Be Holy Now"

Kevin Jagoe, Guest Speaker

March 11, 2018

"Humble Pie"

Rev. Kent Doss

March 4, 2018

"Loving the Body Electric"

Reflecting on a beloved Walt Whitman poem, this Sunday we celebrate the beauty of human bodies and the joy they can bring to our lives.
Rev. Kent Doss

February 25, 2018


Rev. Kent Doss

February 18, 2018

"Voluntary Association"

John Bloom Ramirez

February 11, 2018

"Taming the Fox: the Discipline of Love"

In our fast-paced world of convenience, it is easy to forget that the most valuable things in life take work. This Sunday we reflect on the dedication and persistence that love often requires. We will also consider some of the older traditions of love and friendship, and how they might be revitalized for our 21st Century lives.
Rev. Kent Doss

February 4, 2018

"My Passion, My Action"

Tapestry members share their thoughts about justice and activism.

January 28, 2018

“A Unitarian Universalist Crossing”

Unitarian Universalism is not a Christian denomination, but there are individual Christian UUs and we come out of a Christian history. This Sunday, we will reflect on our historical connection to and growth away from Christianity. We will also consider how we embrace our Christian UUs, and respect our religious neighbors.

Rev. Kent Doss
January 21, 2018

“MLK: A Legacy and a Challenge”

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential figures in the history of the United States. As we celebrate his legacy and how far we have come, we will also reach for the beloved community that we have yet to fully realize.

Rev. Kent Doss
January 14, 2018