We think we know what we believe and hold to be true, but then comes a crisis of illness or death, and all bets are off! Michael Eselun, a well-known speaker and chaplain at the Simms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology, will explore in his talk, … read more.
Rilke wrote, “Love the questions themselves… live the questions now.” On Sunday, Rev. Jaimie will lead a question box service by answering questions from the congregation. Bring your questions, your big theological questions, your questions about Unitarian Universalism, the questions that keep you wondering and … read more.
This is part two of a two-part series on the theme of Mystery. The first sermon was made through a deeply personal lens. This second is presented from a much broader lens.
Thinking about the mystery of life does not have any immediate pragmatic value, and … read more.
Encountering Mystery: A Personal Perspective
This is part one of a two-part series on the theme of Mystery.
In this sermon, I will talk about a series of deeply personal experiences that brought me face-to-face with the mystery of life. Sometimes things happen in life that we … read more.