Sermon delivered by Minister of Faith Develpoment Rev. Emily Gage on October 28, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Clare Butterfield on October 21, 2012. Rev. Dr. Butterfield is the Director of Faith in Place, an interfaith environmental ministry in Chicago that gives religious people the tools to become better stewards of Creation. Faith in Place congregations work together to support renewable energy, conserve energy, build markets for local sustainable agriculture and fair trade products, and train the next generation of stewards of the earth through urban agriculture with youth. Rev. Dr. Butterfield is an ordained Unitarian Universalist community minister. She has a D. Min. from Chicago Theological Seminary (2008) with a focus on faith and the environment, an M. Div. from Meadville Lombard Theological School (2000), a J.D. (University of Illinois College of Law, 1983), and a B.A in History (University of Illinois, 1980). Clare can be reached at Clare@faithinplace.org.
Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on October 14, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on October 7, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Emily Gage, Minister of Faith Development on September 30, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on September 23, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on September 16, 2012.
Homily delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor in this worship service for all ages on September 9, 2012.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Mark Kiyimba on September 2, 2012. Rev. Kiyimba, a Unitarian Universalist minister and political activist, is the founding minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kampala, Uganda. He has received international attention for his courageous public fight against the inhumane anti-homosexuality legislation under consideration by the Uganda parliament. In addition, Rev. Kiyimba initiated – and is the drive behind – New Life Children's Home. New Life Children's Home has been set up to provide a place for children who have lost parents to AIDS, who are themselves HIV positive or have AIDS or whose families simply no longer have the means to care for their children.