Speaker: Rev. Lori Kyle

Our Pets: Mutual Blessings

Every year around this time we have our Blessing of the Animals service, and it’s here again!  In the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, we have the opportunity to bring our pets to church to receive a special blessing.  Join Rev. Lori in this … read more.

A Dynamic Duo: Gratitude and Vulnerability

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A little-known global celebration is World Gratitude Day, coming up September 21st.  While we Americans are more accustomed to considering gratitude at Thanksgiving time, this celebration not only exceeds the bounds of our country, but also is an opportunity … read more.

Home and Belonging

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Our new theme of the month is Belonging, and often when we think of belonging we think of attachment to a particular group or location.  However, Mark Nepo once said, “When I live deep enough there is only one … read more.

Who’ll Stop the Rain?

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Water Communion is a beloved annual service in our faith tradition in which we have an opportunity to experience community by sharing water from our lives, originating anywhere from exotic travels to kitchen tap water…as long as it holds … read more.

Illuminations: UU General Assembly ’22

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Each year our denomination meets for a 5-day gathering that encompasses a plethora of workshops, special worship services, and lectures, designed as a mosaic to touch the heart, soul, and business of our faith.  This Sunday several First U … read more.

Last Minute Change — Should UUs Be Evangelical?

The original speaker today, Farrah Alexander, tested positive for Covid so did not speak.  She will join us in September, exact date TBD.   Instead,  Rev. Lori Kyle spoke on “Should UUs Be Evangelical?” Click here to view the service.

A Father Addresses Freedom: I am a Man

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On this dual celebration of Juneteenth and Father’s Day, our church welcomes one of the fathers of black history in our state….founder of Louisville’s Roots 101 African American Museum Lamont Collins.  Mr. Collins’ sharing of historical wisdom and current-day … read more.

Vincent’s Quest for Beauty

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As one explores May’s Theme of Nurturing Beauty, it is easy to think of art as a central element of what is beautiful in the world.  Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh is a preeminent artist in modern culture, despite … read more.

The Beauty of John O’Donohue

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Recently we immersed ourselves in the awakenings that poetry often brings.  On this Sunday we return to prose as we continue our exploration of the theme Nurturing Beauty.  Join Rev. Lori as she reflects on the inspiration and … read more.