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October 29, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit

Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit: This word literally means “time of [one] year”. In the Jewish faith, yahrzeit is the yearly ceremony to honor the death of a loved one. Mourners participate in various customs like reciting the Kaddish prayer, lighting a candle which burns for 24 hours, fasting, visiting the gravesite, […]

-1 s2006 OCT 30
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October 29, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit

October 15, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom: I’m thinking of the freedoms most of us take for granted: freedom of religion, freedom to remain ignorant, freedom to protest, and so on. We’re free to choose, but what? And why? [20:24]

-1 s2006 OCT 16
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October 15, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom

October 8, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle Of Compassion

Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle of Compassion: During Chuck’s chaplaincy days in the Texas Medical Center he was heart sick trying to minister to a young woman who was dying of cancer and her husband. In a flash his despair yielded a moment of insight regarding one of Jesus’ miraculous acts. The applications of this […]

-1 s2006 OCT 9
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October 8, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle Of Compassion

October 1, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!: This evening marks the conclusion of Jewish High Holy Days, a period of atonement. In Judaism, if someone causes you harm, but sincerely apologizes and tries to make amends, you are religiously obligated to forgive. Without this apology, there is no such obligation. Today is the day to ask forgiveness […]

-1 s2006 OCT 2
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October 1, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!

September 24, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power

Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power: One February evening in 1994 during Live Oak’s seedling days, the community decided to employ consensus as our governing model. Shared power and shared leadership has been at the root of our genius over the years. As we grow bigger branches, the consensus model is being stretched and challenged. How […]

-1 s2006 SEP 26
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September 24, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power

September 17, 2006 Sermon – Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School

Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School: Long a contentious venue for church-state issues, public schools have become the front line in Texas’ “culture war”. The religious right is busy dreaming up new ways to introduce religious ideology into the classroom: creationism (or intelligent design) into biology textbooks; stripping out all disease prevention and […]

-1 s2006 SEP 20
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September 17, 2006 Sermon – Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School

September 10, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!

Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!: Every Sunday we join UUs around the globe in lighting what is known as the Flaming Chalice. How did this come to be a common symbol for our churches? What are the meanings that underlie it? We have a real purty one now! Today we will dedicate our new chalice, […]

-1 s2006 SEP 11
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September 10, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!

September 3, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy: Leander Independent School District has a vision: “Every student is encouraged, supported, and challenged to achieve the highest levels of knowledge, skills, and character.” Yet schools in Leander, Cedar Park, Austin, and Texas face enormous challenges in helping all of our students achieve these standards. Changing demographics mean that […]

-1 s2006 SEP 4
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September 3, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy

August 27, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging: As distant as we are from our families, many of us long for community – a place to belong where people know us more deeply than in coffee hour conversations. As a spiritual community we long to deepen and sustain our spiritual foundations. How can we provide this for ourselves […]

-1 s2006 AUG 28
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August 27, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging

August 20, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land

Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land: During summer travels we have invited you to collect water from your various destinations. We share stories of our sojourns and pour the water into a common vessel to symbolize our ongoing connection, our return from summer travels, and our interconnection with all […]

-1 s2006 AUG 22
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August 20, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land
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Latest Episodes

October 29, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit

Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit: This word literally means “time of [one] year”. In the Jewish faith, yahrzeit is the yearly ceremony to honor the death of a loved one. Mourners participate in various customs like reciting the Kaddish prayer, lighting a candle which burns for 24 hours, fasting, visiting the gravesite, […]

-1 s2006 OCT 30
Comments
October 29, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: In the Spirit of Yahrzeit

October 15, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom: I’m thinking of the freedoms most of us take for granted: freedom of religion, freedom to remain ignorant, freedom to protest, and so on. We’re free to choose, but what? And why? [20:24]

-1 s2006 OCT 16
Comments
October 15, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: The Cost Of Freedom

October 8, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle Of Compassion

Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle of Compassion: During Chuck’s chaplaincy days in the Texas Medical Center he was heart sick trying to minister to a young woman who was dying of cancer and her husband. In a flash his despair yielded a moment of insight regarding one of Jesus’ miraculous acts. The applications of this […]

-1 s2006 OCT 9
Comments
October 8, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: The Miracle Of Compassion

October 1, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!: This evening marks the conclusion of Jewish High Holy Days, a period of atonement. In Judaism, if someone causes you harm, but sincerely apologizes and tries to make amends, you are religiously obligated to forgive. Without this apology, there is no such obligation. Today is the day to ask forgiveness […]

-1 s2006 OCT 2
Comments
October 1, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Pardon Me!

September 24, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power

Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power: One February evening in 1994 during Live Oak’s seedling days, the community decided to employ consensus as our governing model. Shared power and shared leadership has been at the root of our genius over the years. As we grow bigger branches, the consensus model is being stretched and challenged. How […]

-1 s2006 SEP 26
Comments
September 24, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Root Power

September 17, 2006 Sermon – Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School

Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School: Long a contentious venue for church-state issues, public schools have become the front line in Texas’ “culture war”. The religious right is busy dreaming up new ways to introduce religious ideology into the classroom: creationism (or intelligent design) into biology textbooks; stripping out all disease prevention and […]

-1 s2006 SEP 20
Comments
September 17, 2006 Sermon – Ryan Valentine: Turning Public School Into Sunday School

September 10, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!

Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!: Every Sunday we join UUs around the globe in lighting what is known as the Flaming Chalice. How did this come to be a common symbol for our churches? What are the meanings that underlie it? We have a real purty one now! Today we will dedicate our new chalice, […]

-1 s2006 SEP 11
Comments
September 10, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman: Flame On!

September 3, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy: Leander Independent School District has a vision: “Every student is encouraged, supported, and challenged to achieve the highest levels of knowledge, skills, and character.” Yet schools in Leander, Cedar Park, Austin, and Texas face enormous challenges in helping all of our students achieve these standards. Changing demographics mean that […]

-1 s2006 SEP 4
Comments
September 3, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Foundation for Democracy

August 27, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging

Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging: As distant as we are from our families, many of us long for community – a place to belong where people know us more deeply than in coffee hour conversations. As a spiritual community we long to deepen and sustain our spiritual foundations. How can we provide this for ourselves […]

-1 s2006 AUG 28
Comments
August 27, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Longing, Belonging

August 20, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land

Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land: During summer travels we have invited you to collect water from your various destinations. We share stories of our sojourns and pour the water into a common vessel to symbolize our ongoing connection, our return from summer travels, and our interconnection with all […]

-1 s2006 AUG 22
Comments
August 20, 2006 Sermon – Rev. Chuck Freeman and Rev. Kathleen Ellis: Water in a Dry Land
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