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Learning As We Go

July 13, 2014

An Annual Tradition, Rev. Mike will report on the state Unitarian Universalism after attending General Assembly.

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Justice, Inclusion, Unity, Community

July 6, 2014

Slam Nuba is an award-winning performance poetry event based in Denver, Colorado.  Each summer for the last four years these amazing poets and performers bring they style and energy to First Unitarian.

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Homegoing

June 29, 2014
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The Bliss Myth

June 22, 2014

This Sunday we will consider the role and uses of myth, beginning with the admonition from Joseph Campbell to "Follow your bliss."

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Salvation By Faith Alone

June 15, 2014

An annual tradition, this Sunday we will have a very special guest speaker.

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AHA!

April 27, 2014

Maslow, speaking in tongues, inspiration, getting in the zone...  We'll look at peak experiences, religious ecstasy, and deep play.

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Rising Again, and Again, and Again...

April 20, 2014

For this Easter service, we will look deeply at the symbol and the creative ideal of human transcendence.

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Dropping Into the Heart

April 13, 2014

Unitarian Universalism has often been seen as strictly a faith of reason and intellect. In this service, we will explore ways that we can both honor and suspend the intellect to allow for more heart-centered modalities to emerge. Embracing this creative wisdom might be the strongest basis for nourishing spiritual community and returning to what is most human.

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Growing Our Own

April 6, 2014

Sarah Rowan and Dan Thatcher won the bidding at last year’s auction event to have Mike write a sermon on the topic of their choice. Their choice was “Parenting,” so we will be considering the needs and nature of the human child, the role of parents, and the village it takes to support them both!

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Wellness of Mind

March 30, 2014

Health is an issue for our brains as well as for the rest of our bodies, but mental illness often carries a stigma that other illness does not. How do we honor human worth and dignity across the spectrum of mental health?

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