Sermons

Read, listen to, or download past sermons.  The most recent sermon is typically available online by 3 PM each Monday.
 
 
 

Randall Tremba
July 21, 2013
Jim Crow is back. Jim Crow is back in a yet another version of racial oppression. It’s called the criminal justice system.

Randall Tremba
July 14, 2013
When I see that bedraggled man by McDonald’s, I don’t pass by on the other side. I just keep rolling out onto Highway 45 cursing Jesus under my breath. That guy bugs me. And Jesus bugs me, too.

Randall Tremba
July 7, 2013
We trust the Spirit to break ancient schemes, release us from bondage, hatred and fear and call us to a brighter and kinder tomorrow.

Ethel Hornbeck
June 30, 2013
Freedom does not give us answers, but it does offer us lots of invitations.

Bill Ashforth
June 23, 2013

Judy York
June 23, 2013

Randall Tremba
June 16, 2013
An old Rabbi once asked his student how they could tell when the night had ended and the day had begun. When is the hour of dawn?

Randall Tremba
June 9, 2013
There’s more than one way and more than one reason to stand up for others and for yourself.

Randall Tremba
June 2, 2013
The power of love that was poured into our species thousands of years ago is still working to create more and more "neighbors without borders." In fact, it’s made an impact on our forthcoming, new web site.

Randall Tremba
May 26, 2013
Trinity Sunday
Our birthright is laughter and delight in the world. At our best we lead the chorus of praise for creation.

Randall Tremba
May 19, 2013
Pentecost
Eventually we were led to embrace a particular possibility. At the time it was against the law but there was a loophole of sorts—hence, the conspiracy.

Randall Tremba
May 12, 2013
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? And if I am only for myself, what am I?

Randall Tremba
May 5, 2013
If Mother Earth could speak today, she might cry out MAY DAY MAY DAY MAY DAY because her children have forgotten who they are and to whom they belong.

Randall Tremba
April 28, 2013
What happened here yesterday could not have happened just one year ago. But then what happened in baseball 66 years ago this month was also once thought impossible.

Randall Tremba
April 21, 2013
This past week the world blew up in more ways the one.

Ethel Hornbeck
April 14, 2013
Its true, we are all evolving, and as the Sufi poet Hafiz wrote some six and a half centuries ago: nothing evolves us like love.

Randall Tremba
April 7, 2013
If you only see “Christ” in Christianity then you’re not seeing all there is to see in resurrection stories.

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