Passage From India

LISTEN: The famed poet, Rabindranath Tagore reminds us that “You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.” In the sermon of       reflections of her time in community in Jabalpur India, Rev. Robin will  share her journey of heart, spirit, and service. Oil lamps, surprises, joys,    sorrows, and blessings await.  

Fables for Our Times

LISTEN: How do we reconcile what’s happening around us with our idea of the best we can be as individuals, and as an inclusive and just society? Let’s look at some of the fables that provide us with useful ways of wrapping our hearts and minds around the issues troubling us the most.


LISTEN: Please join us as we reflect on the power of listening.  

You Will Be Found

READ HERE Stewardship Celebration Sunday What does it mean to “belong” to a tribe, a  community, a family, a church? One of the most rewarding aspects of belonging is the sense of having found a home and in turn,  of being found, supported, and accepted as we are. In this sermon to celebrate our stewardship … Continued

The Heartbeat of Trees

LISTEN: READ HERE In his masterwork, Walden, Henry David Thoreau explained that he “went to the woods to live deliberately.” In this sermon, we’ll explore what it might mean to live in a deliberate and conscious relationship with the sacred natural world. How do we and can we help Nature thrive and protect it through … Continued

Indian Summer

LISTEN: A brief exploration of changing seasons in changing times.  

What Now? What Next? About UUPLAN.

LISTEN: Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker with  Mr. Richard Williams, UUPLAN Executive  Director Mr. Williams will preach the sermon entitled, “What Now? What Next?” About UUPLAN. The Unitarian Universalist Legislative Action Network educates and communicates with our congregations and partners to inspire action. We promote our values to policy makers to advance just legislation. We advocate … Continued

Moving into Twilight

LISTEN: As we come together in community following summer and ease into the season of autumn, we become aware of the subtle shift in the earth’s natural light and its energy. Our minds, too, subtly shift gears:  the transition into the stillness of the winter months begins.  

An Acute Case of the Present Tense- On Not Regretting Regret

LISTEN: READ HERE We often hear sages and wisdom teachers exhort us to “be in the moment.” Are “moments” what life is all about? Or, do these words from Stephen Sondheim ring truer?: “Oh if life were made of moments, Even now and then a bad one;  But if life were only moments, Then you’d never … Continued