Category Archives: Rev. Sara Hayman

Sermon, May 20, 2012: Living in Community

Our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition readily honors the worth & dignity of every person. The individual’s search for truth and meaning is nurtured and encouraged in our congregations, too. But what of community & striving together is honored & esteemed in our tradition? What’s the glue that binds us together in this congregation? This service […]

Sermon, Jan. 1, 2012: The Beginning Is Now. . .

On this first day of the new year, this service and sermon will invite folks to consider what seeds they wish to plant in themselves to nurture health, growth and spiritual awakening in this present moment. Rev. Sara Hayman Click the link below to download a text of this sermon: 1.1.12.The beginning is now.UUCE  

Easter Sermon, Apr. 8, 2012: The Promise of Resurrection in our Lives

On this Easter Sunday, in most Christian churches around the world, people celebrate the bodily resurrection of Jesus as Christ. How do we, 21st century Unitarian Universalists, enter into this story? Where does resurrection happen in our lives & the world? Rev. Sara Hayman Click the link below to download a text of this sermon: […]