Unitarian Church of Lincoln
What’s In a Name

What’s In a Name

March 17, 2019

Prior to their merger, the Unitarians and Universalists nearly became the "Liberal Church of America." How has the choice of "Unitarian Universalist Association" shaped the last 60 years of our faith's journey?

Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage

March 10, 2019

Paul Simon sings "For reasons I cannot explain/There's some part of me wants to see/Graceland."  The impulse to pilgrimage, to journey to a place of significance, is part of many traditions, including ours.  What does it mean to be a pilgrim?  Where are you going?

Into the Wilderness

Into the Wilderness

March 3, 2019

There are times when our journey takes us to inhospitable places.  While we often want to get back to lands of plenty quickly, what does it mean to spend time in the wilderness?  As the season of Lent begins, what do we gain by letting go?

Love & Trust–All Ages
Evidence of Things Not Seen
Crossing the Cusp

Crossing the Cusp

January 27, 2019

What could we create of ourselves if we explored beyond what we already know?  Sermon by Sandra Washington.

The Next Unitarian Universalism

The Next Unitarian Universalism

January 13, 2019

Unitarian Universalism has evolved over the decades, and each generation has put their unique mark on it.  Building on the work of General Assembly last summer, we'll speak of a Unitarian Universalism of possibility, a faith we are still building.  

Dawn Breaks

Dawn Breaks

January 6, 2019

Sorrow endures for the night, the psalmist writes, but joy comes with the morning.  As we look to the east at the dawn of a new year, what awaits us?

The Long Night

The Long Night

December 23, 2018

Joy comes with the morning, the psalmist writes, but only after sorrow endures for the night.  We all go through seasons when it feels like the morning will never come.  The humanism central to our faith holds important lessons for those times.  

Congregational Meeting

Congregational Meeting

December 9, 2018

On the Sunday when we meet as a congregation to set our budget and priorities as a congregation, we reflect on our legacy of congregational self-government.