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First Source – Rev. Nancy Reid McKee

Recording opens with Maria Khavin playing Autumn Rose by E. Cortazar. Reading: “Awe and Wonder” Anonymous. Sermon theme: "First Source: Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to...

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Our Wider UU World – Nancy Reid McKee

Recording Begins with hymn "Come Yet Again Come." Reading: “Our Faith” by Rosemary Bray McNatt. Sermon theme: Our UU church is only one of the thousands of separate churches across the nation. And we are supported by multiple organizations, associations and groups that, together,...

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Care for the Soul – Rev. Reid McKee

Recording begins with Meditation on Breathing. Followed by a spiritual practice - "I am Here Now". Rev. Nancy summarizes her sermon theme: "We each seek to have a deeper and richer life, but wonder what practices can help us in our spiritual development. We...

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Good Grief – Nancy Reid-McKee

There is increased anxiety in our culture brought on by the ongoing world crises and prolonged pandemic. Many of us find ourselves more irritable, sad and acting in unexpected ways. This is partly because we have not identified the grief inside us. ...

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Freedom Day – Rev. Anthony Johnson

Freedom Day or Juneteenth, as it is best known, is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of African Americans who had been enslaved in the United States. We are joined by Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson, Mississippi born, and Chicago bred, is an Ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister,...

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A Free and Voluntary Faith – Nancy Reid-McKee

Opens with a reading from A Drop in the Bucket by Gordan McKeeman, then our choir sings There is a Love, then Nancy speaks in honor of Volunteer Recognition Sunday. "Church is run by those who find meaning and community in volunteer association with others....

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Inclusion in the Dance – Nancy Reid-McKee

Begins with a story by Margaret Rogers - Making Community Soup. Then Jaie leads a hymn by Lyndsey Watson. Then Rev. Nancy speaks: "There is a difference between inviting someone TO a dance, and inviting them to DANCE. How do we move from invitation...

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