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Sep 22, 2013

Sermon delivered by Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor on September 22, 2013. This is the third in a series of four sermons on the September theme of connections.

Apr 21, 2013

Sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Clare Butterfield on April 21, 2013. 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.

Jul 22, 2012

Readings and reflections were delivered by The Sugar Beet Cooperative on July 22, 2012. The Sugar Beet Cooperative will be a corner grocery store and neighborhood gathering place in the Oak Park/Austin area. It will provide high quality, locally sourced food produced in ecologically sound ways. Not only will it offer good food at fair value to member-owners and the community, The Sugar Beet Co-op will also serve as a hub for sharing and learning, which in turn will support our regional food shed.

The members of the The Sugar Beet Cooperative who presented today are Cheryl and Anthony Muñoz, Jenny Jocks Stelzer, Michael Stelzer Jocks, Krista Mikos and Karen Bara. Mark Robinson performed music for the service. You can find more information about The Sugar Beet Cooperative at www.sugarbeet.com or by contacting Cheryl Muñoz at junemoon15@gmail.com or 773-988-6205.

Apr 22, 2012

Sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Clare Butterfield on Earth Day, April 22, 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.

Jan 29, 2012

Sermon delivered by visiting minister Rev. Don Southworth on January 29, 2012. The Rev. Southworth is the first Executive Director of the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association. He has served congregations in San Francisco; Atlanta; and Durham, North Carolina, and has led workshops on growth and stewardship in the United States and England. Don can be reached at executivedirector@uuma.org or 617-848-0416.

Apr 17, 2011

This podcast includes a "living story" narrated by Rev. Scott Talbot Lewis and acted out by children of the congregation. The story is preceded and followed by two choral pieces performed by The Sounds of the South high school choir from Bloomington, Indiana directed by Gwen Whitten-Upchurch. The first piece is "Lux Arumque" by Whittacre. The podcast closes with "Dulamon" by Mooney.

Rev. Scott Talbot Lewis is the Consulting Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rock Valley in Rockton, IL. He will also be serving the Unity Temple congregation as the Minister for Pastoral Care while Rev. Alan Taylor in on sabbatical.  Scott earned a Master of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School and was fellowshipped by the Unitarian Universalist Association in 2009. Prior to seminary Scott was a Children’s Services Librarian for 16 years in Columbus, Ohio. He served on the 2001 Caldecott Medal committee and was a children’s book reviewer for the Columbus Dispatch. He can be reached at scott@scottandtony.com.

Feb 20, 2011

Sermon delivered by Scott Talbot Lewis on February 20, 2011. Scott is the Consulting Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Rock Valley in Rockton, IL. He will also be serving the Unity Temple congregation as the Minister for Pastoral Care while Rev. Alan Taylor in on sabbatical.  Scott earned a Master of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School and was fellowshipped by the Unitarian Universalist Association in 2009. Prior to seminary Scott was a Children’s Services Librarian for 16 years in Columbus, OH. He served on the 2001 Caldecott Medal committee and was a children’s book reviewer for the Columbus Dispatch. He can be reached at scott@scottandtony.com.

Feb 13, 2011

Sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Clare Butterfield on February 13, 2011. 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.

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