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.

To download a file to your computer, right-click on the Order of Worship and/or Sermon, Homily or Message link and select “Save Target As” (Internet Explorer®) or “Save Link As” (Firefox® or Google Chrome®).

Unless otherwise indicated, all recordings Copyright © 2019-2020 Community Unitarian Universalist Church of Plano. All Rights Reserved. All rights to all material, including sermons, presentations, remarks or other speech, is reserved to the presenter and/or author.

These audio files may not be sold or otherwise distributed without permission.

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 .

 

Cycles of Survival & Symbiosis

Weaving together lessons from the plant and animal kingdoms and stories from social & climate movements and her work with the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth, guest speaker Aly Tharp will cast a vision for collective liberation through collective healing and regeneration.

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Water Communion and Ingathering

Our cherished traditions are rising to meet the new realities of today’s world. Help us celebrate the beginning of the new church year with music, pictures, and love. On line or in person, we gather in. And like water, our tiny drops can combine to … read more.

Drive-Thru Water Communion

Join us in our church’s parking lot for a special Drive-Thru Water Communion ritual! You’re invited to bring your own water from home (or use the water we’ll have available) to add to the gathered waters of our community. In order to keep everyone safe, … read more.