Jul 26, 2009
Sermon delivered by Maria Dahman on July 26, 2009. Maria trained as a philosopher, a journalist, and then an actor. Currently she is working on an acting text book with Ted Hoerl, one of her teachers, entitled Beyond Meisner: How to Feel Your Way into the Script. In addition, she is preparing to homeschool her young son. Maria began attending Unity Temple in 2005 and has enjoyed singing in the Unity Temple Choir since 2006. Feel free to contact her at email@example.com.
Jul 19, 2009
Sermon delivered by Christine Steyer on July 19, 2009. Christine became a member of UTUUC in 2008. She is a lyric soprano who is primarily recognized in the field of opera. Christine has received critical acclaim for her mature voice, artistry and acting, most notably in the title roles of La Traviata and Madama Butterfly and the role of the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier. In addition to a vast repertoire in the oratorio and recital genres, Christine has won prizes at major competitions and is featured on a CD of sacred music--a collaborative project with New York Times best-selling author Caroline Myss. She is the Co-founder and Artistic Director of Bellissima Opera based in Oak Park and plans to initiate Bellissima Opera Outreach to schools this fall. Christine is also an active member of numerous arts organizations.
Jul 12, 2009
Sermon delivered by Greg Risberg, CSP, MSW, on July 12, 2009. Greg is a warm, funny motivational speaker who, for the past 20 years, has traveled to 48 states, Canada, Great Britain, and Australia with his “humor with a message” programs. He offers his audiences useful ways to improve communication, handle stress, and increase humor in their lives. Greg has addressed a wide range of audiences, from educators to bankers, from health care providers to insurance personnel.
Greg is the author of a chapter entitled "Humor, Hugs, and Hope!" in the recently published Humor Me! He is also the author of the soon to be published 52 Ways To Fill Your Life with Humor, Happiness and Hope.
Jul 5, 2009
Sermon delivered by Michael Leuchtenberger, Ministerial Intern, on July 5, 2009.