Our Pulpit Guest, the Reverend Drew Kennedy, will address a perennially important and poignant issue of what to do when our hearts break – our own and the hearts of others. The Reverend Drew Kennedy has served in the Unitarian Universalist ministry for more than 40 years. Drew is now retired and serves as the … Continued
Rev. Drew Kennedy
Our Pulpit Guest and longtime friend of UCN, The Reverend Drew Kennedy, will invite us to think about how we ought to live our lives in light of the fact that life is precious and that all of us, one day, must die. Centering on an amazing and poignant story of a woman at a … Continued
Reverend Drew Kennedy, will weave together two closely intertwined concepts, namely, the inevitability of change and the importance of seeking to be ever more fully present to our singularly wild and precious lives.
After five successive monthly appearances, The Reverend Drew Kennedy will return to our pulpit one more time this program year on Sunday, February 7, to wrap up our provocative “What Do You Believe?” sermon series. In his own words, Drew says: Having surveyed the congregation on some of your spiritual/religious beliefs when I last visited … Continued
Having explored both Eastern and Western views of God, including deism, pantheism, transcendentalism, and Nirvana, along with some non-theistic views such as atheism, existentialism, and a provocative Buddhist concept called Sunyata, this Sunday we will begin to wrap up our “What Do You Believe?” series with an appreciative consideration of agnosticism and humanism – both … Continued
Join us and bring your extended family as we celebrate one of the simplest, yet most beautiful services of the year. The Reverend Drew Kennedy, Minister Emeritus of the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, will lead the service. There will be special holiday music, carols, readings, a Christmas story, and candles for all those old … Continued
Please join us in our ongoing monthly “What Do You Believe?” sermon series. The Rev. Drew Kennedy writes: “As we enter the challenging world of the atheists and existentialists, the latter certainly includes Sartre, Heidegger and Kierkegaard, and sometimes includes Nietzsche, Dostoevsky, and Camus.
the Rev. Dr. Kennedy tells us, “we turn Transcendentalism, a distinctive movement within Unitarianism that was a critically important part of both American intellectual history as well as our own Unitarian Universalist heritage.
This week,” the Rev. Mr. Kennedy tells us, “we turn within to explore various Eastern views of God as conceived by the Hindus and Buddhists
In his own words, Drew “plans to share several powerful stories, poems, and songs about the importance of realizing anew that these are the days of our lives.