First Jefferson Unitarian Universalist Church

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Upcoming Sermons
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at 11:00 a.m.

August 2
“Starting from a Lie”
The Reverend Annie Foerster
Our fourth principle encourages us toward a search for truth and meaning. How can we rely on what we discover if we’ve been lied to about the past? Let’s look at what got us into our current political and social situation in the first place and ask if we really know the truth of our own history.

August 9
“Building Lasting Goodness”
Thomas Earthman
Unitarian Universalism does not teach that the universe is inherently good or just. Instead, it teaches that we have a responsibility to make the world more kind and fair than it was when we found it. Luckily, we aren't expected to do it by ourselves.

August 16
“Can’t We Just Have a Little Fun?”
The Reverend Annie Foerster
I look at the last two months of sermon titles and I wonder how I got so serious. Yes, these are serious times and we have to address them. But, let’s take a break and explore the lighter side of life.

August 23
“A Teaspoon of Fear, a Measure of Wonder”
The Reverend Annie Foerster
This is the recipe for Awe, the feelings we experience when we are struck by awe. One author on the topic suggests we look at the infinite with awe because we, ourselves, our finite. What else should we know about this topic to be instructed in religious understanding?

August 30
The Reverend Dr. Aija Duelm
Rev. Dr. Aija Duelm recently completed the ministerial internship at Horizon UU Church, Carrollton, TX. Her previous work experiences include healthcare chaplaincy in adult and pediatric settings and a pastoral leadership in a congregation in St. Louis, MO. Aija and her husband Brent enjoy gardening which has been life-giving during the pandemic.

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