This archive contains audio files of sermons from services at Community UU Church. You will have to attend in person to hear the great music from our services or the Message for All Ages or the Readings! Copyright rules prohibit us from distributing those recordings.

All sermons are in mp3 format. To listen to the files on your computer, you will need a browser that supports playing .mp3 files or a media player such as Windows Media Player®, QuickTime®, or RealPlayer®. All Orders of Worship are in PDF format.

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Click on a service title below for the OOW and audio files. For files before August 2019, please contact the webguru group at webguru@communtiyuuchurch.org .

 

Selah and Grit

The Hebrew word selah appears 74 times in the Hebrew scriptures, almost all in Psalms, and not at all in the New Testament. Is it an interjection, an instruction, a pause for reflection? Does it mean, “slow down the music here” or “time to shout … read more.

Chesed & Grit

“Chesed” is most often translated as the single word “lovingkindness.” But this fails to capture the enduring, muscular strength of the Hebrew, which translates better, perhaps, to “steadfast love.” What can chesed teach us about endurance for today’s existential daily experience?

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Ringing in the New Year

The wonderful Sarah Reiling leads our traditional service for the turning of the calendar year. This service is dedicated to ritual and honoring for the changes and transitions that that we have experienced in 2021, and building our hope in looking forward to the new … read more.