October 18, 2020
Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen is a Community Minister and works with the National Bail Fund Network as their Immigration Bond Coordinator. She joined us live on Sunday morning for our special UU the Vote worship service.
Rev. Elizabeth talks about how voting is just one part of the democratic system. In fact, it is the last part. She tells us about the need to organize, donate, protest, and demonstrate our UU values all season, not just on November 3rd.
August 9, 2020
Rev. Kelly Dignan, Spiritual Companion, continues our Good News of Unitarian Universalism series by asking the question “Why do bad things happen, and how are Unitarian Universalists comforted when they do?”
August 2, 2020
Rev. Lee Paczulla, Executive Minister at Wellsprings Congregation, continues our Good News of Unitarian Universalism series with this heart-felt homily centered around the idea of saving what we love instead of fighting what we hate.
July 19, 2020
Rev. Sara LaWall, Minister at Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, joins us as our next guest preacher to continue our series of the Good News of Unitarian Universalism. She speaks about the power of belovedness as an antidote to fear.
July 12, 2020
Guest preacher the Rev. Hannah Roberts Villnave preaches to start the series "Good News: UU Messages of Hope for Today."
April 19, 2020
Rev. Joe Cherry offers this homily reflecting on the cycles of life and death and our place in the interdependent web, all while walking through a local Cleveland cemetery.
January 12, 2020
Sean Neil-Barron re-interprets the 1983 sermon by the Rev. Walter Royal Jones, who served Foothills for nearly a decade. (remix)
September 1, 2019
Guest minister Rev. Kelly Dignan preaches on Connecting to Our Roots.
June 23, 2019
Guest minister Jordinn Nelson Long preaches on what she DOESN'T believe about abortion.
May 26, 2019
"Keep fighting for freedom and justice, beloveds, but don't forget to have fun doin' it." -- Molly Ivins
December 23, 2018
"[Mystery] empowers us to follow the call that seems to beckon from the horizon of our possibilities, but really comes from the inner core of our souls." -David A. Cooper
November 18, 2018
Guest Minister, the Rev. Shawna Foster, of Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist, preaches.
“When we face pain in relationships our first response is often to sever bonds rather than to maintain commitment.”
― bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions
“Oppressors always expect the oppressed to extend to them the understanding so lacking in themselves.”
― Audre Lorde