Sermon Archive

Please enjoy our Sermon Archive. Some sermons are available in audio and/or document format.

Recent Sermons

Description:  May Sarton was a prolific writer, publishing more than 50 volumes of poetry, essays, novels, and memoirs.
Description: The last few months have been filled with stories about the abysmal state of VA care in our country.
Description: Today we honor the memories and legacies of our beloved family, friends or mentors who have died by sharing stories of what our relation
Description:  We have an opportunity to expand our worldview by crossing our boundaries to the liberation we can find by confronting our fears.  
Description: The United States has a huge wealth gap, that has in turn created a huge gap in how justice is received and who receives it.
Lay Pastoral Care Team
Description: Stories of healing, stories of being made whole.
Description: There are many things about illegal that I don’t understand but right up there at the top of the list is how we dare to label any human
Description: Shame is something that most people experience in their lives, but is it a useful emotion?  What’s the difference between shame and regret?
Description: Lake Michigan and the rivers that feed it have been Milwaukee's dominant natural resources since the days of the Potawatomi.
Description: The life that Moses led thousands of years ago, still sheds a light on many of our current situations here at church and has much to teach us as w
Description: How do we make choices that reflect our blessings and confer blessings on others?
Description: Is God made in the image and likeness of humans?  What if God is nothing like the early images and notions that we grew up believing, that many fa
Description: After having been away for a while this summer, I am so looking forward to being with you again.
Description: As Unitarian Universalists, in our long history of viewing science and religion as compatible, we have affirmed a position that is in stark contra
Description: This Sunday explore the power of transcendentalism in Unitarianism Universalism today and how it informs our spiritual practices and churches toda
Description: Ann Grauer has been working with pregnant, birth and new parents for 26 years.
Description: The Rev.
Jennifer Thompson
Description: In this season of weddings, now expanded to include same-sex marriages in nearly half the States, including Wisconsin, we hear a lot about love.
David Stokes
Description: Live animals that enrich our lives in summer. This presentation will be hands-on/minds-on, entertaining, educational and fun, or else.
Pat Morrissey
Description: One of the most precious experiences of life is to discover what your life is about and why you're here.
Rev. Linda Hansen
Description: When Star Trek: The Next Generation ended its television run, author Ursula K.
Candice Haight
Description: We live much of our lives in action and engagement with the world, yet the deeper impact of what happens is registered in the narrative of the hea
Brian Mitchell
Description: UCN Dads share their reflections on parenthood.
Rev. Julie Forest and Rev. Joyce Palmer
Description: Back by popular demand, we will offer a thanksgiving for past pets that have graced our lives.