Foothills Unitarian Church
Deeper Episode Ten: Cha Ching! Let‘s talk money.

Deeper Episode Ten: Cha Ching! Let‘s talk money.

October 26, 2021

Money can be uncomfortable to talk about, but that doesn't keep money from impacting us. Which is why in this week's episode we're addressing money head-on.

Deeper Episode Five: Loving our enemies and finding hope with Rev. David Williams

Deeper Episode Five: Loving our enemies and finding hope with Rev. David Williams

September 28, 2021

A conversation with Rev. David Williams about the grief and trauma that we are all carrying, loving our enemies, and finding hope in the actions of people combating evil through their lives.

Deeper Episode Two with Special Guest Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen

Deeper Episode Two with Special Guest Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen

September 7, 2021

Welcome to Episode Two of Deeper, a podcast from Foothills Unitarian Church! In this episode, Rev. Sean talks with special guest Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen about how rage, grief, goodness are showing up in folks' lives today. Rev. Elaine also guides us in a meditation to reflect on grief and its connection to love.

Q&A with the Foothills Ministers (Part One)

Q&A with the Foothills Ministers (Part One)

August 23, 2021

Rev. Gretchen, Rev. Sean, and Rev. Elaine answer your questions about the inherent worth & dignity of all people, where to find hope, sharing Unitarian Universalism with others, and more!

Prayer with Rev. Sean

Prayer with Rev. Sean

July 26, 2021

Rev. Sean invites us into a time of contemplation and reflection. He guides us to bring ourselves into the present, practice self-compassion, and awaken to the joy of life.

Beloved Community with Rev. Gretchen Haley

Beloved Community with Rev. Gretchen Haley

July 26, 2021

Rev. Gretchen explains the meaning of Beloved Community and how building the Beloved Community is an integral part of what it means to journey together as a Unitarian Universalist faith community.

Prayer and Meditation | Rev. Sean Neil-Barron | March 7, 2020

Prayer and Meditation | Rev. Sean Neil-Barron | March 7, 2020

March 8, 2021

Rev. Sean offers a prayer for integrating courageous love and Beloved Community into our daily lives.

Reading: There Is No Easier Way by Elizabeth Nguyen | March 7, 2021

Reading: There Is No Easier Way by Elizabeth Nguyen | March 7, 2021

March 8, 2021

Rev. Sean reads "There Is No Easier Way" by Elizabeth Nguyen.

Homily: Tough Love Saves Us All | Rev. Gretchen Haley | March 7, 2021

Homily: Tough Love Saves Us All | Rev. Gretchen Haley | March 7, 2021

March 8, 2021

Rev. Gretchen preaches about how Tough Love Saves Us All as we work for liberation and to dismantle racism. She explains Beloved Community and guides us in exploring how courageous love requires us to act with a systemic and collective lens.

Homily Part 2: Tough Love Sees Us, and Sees Us Through | Rev. Gretchen Haley | February 14, 2021

Homily Part 2: Tough Love Sees Us, and Sees Us Through | Rev. Gretchen Haley | February 14, 2021

February 15, 2021

Rev. Gretchen draws on the story of Job to illustrate how bearing witness to another without fixing or minimizing is an act of courageous love.

Homily Part 1: Tough Love | Rev. Gretchen Haley | February 14, 2021

Homily Part 1: Tough Love | Rev. Gretchen Haley | February 14, 2021

February 15, 2021

Rev. Gretchen explores what we really mean when we say "love." She invites us to engage with the concept of love more deeply because "when we understand love not just as a word, but as an experience and a commitment, as a way of orienting our lives and the source of our hope, as a vision for the world as it could be, it will make all the difference. We will make all the difference in all the smallest corners of our lives, and across the whole of life itself."

Rip Van Winkle and Martin Luther King, Jr. | January 17, 2021

Rip Van Winkle and Martin Luther King, Jr. | January 17, 2021

January 18, 2021
Martin Luther King Jr told the story of Rip Van Winkle at the 1966 General Assembly of Unitarian Universalists to show that many white Americans were asleep to persisting injustice and racism. Foothills Family Ministry team shares the all-ages story and how MLK's teaching is still relevant today.
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