As the second in Tony’s sermon series on ethics (and also on March’s theme of wisdom) we will explore the almost-universal teaching of “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” This “golden rule” can be found in 10 of the 11 … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen
A true story from Japan and a message about gift-giving.
What do you want to be remembered for–your external achievements or your character traits?
About his sermon, Tony says: “All my life I have been taught that you should always forgive people. Jesus, when asked if you should forgive someone up to 7 times, said you should forgive 70 times 7 times. But is that really possible? And is … read more.
About his sermon, Tony says: “Many UUs say they joined our faith because they felt they had finally found a place where they felt comfortable. But the other side of this equation is important too–that our faith should stretch us, challenge us, and even make … read more.
September 1st is the first Sunday of the new church year and for many this is the last Sunday before school starts. Beginnings are a time of expectation. As we gather together, we hope you will join us for our traditional inter-generational water communion service. … read more.
A look at the psycho-spiritual consequences of Christianity–and why it became a 3-step success formula for conversion.
Parenthood, through the lens of “The Three Bears” story.
In keeping with April’s theme of wholeness, Tony’s sermon will be on the subject of atonement (originally pronounced “at-one-ment”). Many forms of Christianity rely on an atonement theory that espouses the idea: “Christ died for our sins.” Usually it takes the form of God the … read more.
Some people are described as lucky and seem to get all the breaks; others seem destined for tragedy, and if something can go wrong, it usually does. What is luck? And how much of it (if any) is within our control?
Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen has … read more.