Aug
01

Podcast, July 31 – Embracing Authenticity: Not So Simple

Join Craig Rubano, UCS Summer Ministerial Intern as he explores the complexity of living authentic lives.  “As children, we are born wired for relationality, eager to interact with others … and then acculturation happens. Rather than being taught to live into…
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Jul
25

Podcast, July 18th: Be Still My Heart

Join Emily DeTar as she reflects on our growing need for stillness.  Whether it’s summer vacation for some, or just another season, life is moving fast. How anxiously we run after life, is a different story. Taking the time to be still…
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Jul
18

Podcast, July 17: Finding the Communion at the Heart of Community

We invoke the term “Beloved Community”  all the time.  We understand that it is something toward which we want to be — should be — striving, something that our presence helps to build.  But how does this happen, really?  Join Craig Rubano…
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Jul
11

Podcast, July 10: You Say “Eether” and I Say “Either”

Craig Rubano (with a little help from the Gershwins), talks (and sings) about living, learning,and translating beyond binary thinking: “potato, potahto, tomato, tomahto — let’s call the whole thing” ON!

Jul
05

Podcast, July 3rd: Ordinary Miracles

Many know the biblical story told of Jesus of Nazareth instructing his disciples to feed the gathered multitude of followers with a few loaves of bread and a couple of fish. But, is this really a story about bread or…
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Jun
27

Podcast, June 26th: Our Invisible Instruments

Join Craig Rubano, our 2016 Summer Minister, as he talks about all people having “invisible instruments,” creative spirits that must be expressed, particular ways that we bless the world, special capacities to receive the blessings the world provides.

Jun
19

Podcast, June 19th: Orlando Memorial

Please listen to our half hour ceremony to honor those we’ve lost to violence in Orlando, FL and to revitalize our commitment to standing on the side of love and against the voices who would divide us.  Led by Rev. Emilie Boggis,…
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