Sermons for November

The Light We Give

Rev. María McCabe
November 6

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Educator, writer and activist, Dr. Simran Jeet Singh grew up in Texas. In this service we will learn how the wisdom and practices of his Sikh faith helped him to survive and thrive in the United States, growing ever more compassionate along the way.


Casting the Vision

Rev. María McCabe
November 13

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Visionaries invite us to imagine positive change in our lives and communities. In this service we will celebrate the astonishing legacy of one of our own Unitarian Universalist prophets and true visionary, James Luther Adams.


From Despair to Gratitude

Rev. María McCabe
November 20

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As we plunge headlong into the whirlwind of the holiday season, join us for a time to take a deep breath together and become re-grounded in our gratitude. We will share a cornbread communion (regular and vegan/gluten-free).


Being Human, Joe Black and Beyond

Rob Lieb
November 27

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This sermon is an update of a sermon given several years ago, Joe Black Came Calling with an extension into sentient and cognizant artificial intelligence.

Following the service, there will be a talkback, so please bring a snack to share as we engage in a lively discussion of the sermon. (Thanksgiving pie and dessert leftovers or that first batch of holiday cookies maybe? Mmmmm!)