Of all the religions out there, the UU has a special place in my heart. One of the key tenants is a free and responsible search for meaning. Being a learning guy, this resonates with me. You never know what you are going to learn when you walk into a UU church on Sunday.
You might get a dash of Christianity (from UU’s roots), or a taste of Buddhism, maybe a touch of the Goddess and an exploration of Wicca. A little Tae Chi, Islam and Judaism coexist with the new age thinker and atheist.
I truly enjoy the community at my little UU church in Clarksville. It’s often been said that a UU sermon is more akin to a college lecture than the services you might be use to when growing up.
I’ve decided that the variety of topics covered might be of interest to other folks learning where they fit in!
So I will try to record the sermon from our church to share with you every week or so, they are non-denominational in nature and should be pretty unoffensive to the open mind. You may be challenged to think – and may from time to time feel a little uncomfortable, but I think you will find it a welcome addition to your week.
This week I would like to present a sermon by Stan Bumgarner. True to the season, it’s an entertaining and engaging piece on Thanksgiving – enjoy!