The Wonder of Creation

The Wonder of Creation with Rev. Jim Coakley  As we gaze up in wonder at the dark winter night sky filled with billions of stars, let us lift up the original wonder story of creation. Our creation from mere stardust is the original miracle. Rev. Coakley’s message is inspired from this video: We are Stardust Harvesting […]

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Pluralism vs. Fundamentalism 

Pluralism vs. Fundamentalism by Rev. Sam Trumbore — Presented by Donna Johnson Our religious tradition of Unitarian Universalism is quite different from the “true believers”. A visitor would feel this in a UU congregation immediately. Yet understanding the roots of the differences, why we don’t worship     Jesus, why we don’t have a creed, why we value […]

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The Parallel of Abuse and Oppression

The Parallel of Abuse and Oppression with Milly Gonzales Milly Gonzales is the Executive Director of HELP of Door County and one of Wisconsin’s 35 most powerful and influential Latino Leaders. Today we will uncover what makes a relationship healthy or abusive and the connection of abuse and oppression. Service Leader: Cindy Nelson Music: Beth […]

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Transforming Principles & Purposes

Rev. Mark Richards Transforming Principles & Purposes In 2021, the UUA Board of Directors commissioned a panel to review and update Article II of the UUA Bylaws. Article II defines the purposes of the UUA and lays out the principles by which we gather. We know these as the Seven Principles and most of us […]

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Gifts That Come Wrapped in Darkness

The Gifts That Come Wrapped in Darkness This is the time of the year when, in the northern hemisphere, the creep of darkness takes more and more of the light of day away from us. We are enculturated to fear the darkness; it’s the place where the bogeymen live and where things go bump in […]

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The Existential Fox

The Existential Fox with Dale Goodner Existentialism, according to German philosopher, Martin Heidegger, is simply the ‘systematic study of existence.’  Giving an animal or plant a name tells us little.  What counts is what part it plays in the synergistic symphony of life. Dale Goodner was a Naturalist at the Green Bay Wildlife Sanctuary before […]

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Heal the Hearts, Heal the Homes, Heal the Hoods with Ajamou Butler When we are able to embrace self-love as we work through trauma, stress, and life obstacles, there is peace and power that follows. We’ll explore what we can do to build our internal light, our internal gifts, and ways we can share them […]

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The Remarkable Life of Simon Onanguisse Kahquados

The Remarkable Life of Simon Onanguisse Kahquados with Dave Lea This presentation explores the life history of the person buried in the midst of the Peninsula State Park golf course. Who was he? How did he come to be buried in this spot? Why was he so revered in his day that 15,000 people attended […]

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A Grateful Way of Being

A Grateful Way of Being: Beyond Platitudes, Awkward Prayers and Thank You notes Most displays of gratitude are transactional in nature. We will be exploring gratitude as a soul-altering force. Cyndy Stiehl will be singing and Colin Welford accompanying a service of joy and inspiration. We look forward to seeing you! Pastor Dawn was born […]

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The Role of Stories and Faith

 The Role of Stories and Faith with Ben Merens Our stories validate our existence and help others on their way. Ben Merens is a singer/songwriter/and storyteller. He is best known for his 21 years on the airwaves of Wisconsin Public Radio. Today, Ben works as an outreach specialist for the state’s      Bureau of Consumer Protection. […]

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