Harmony UU Podcast
Harmony member Doren Cook gives a brief explanation of what events and policies shaped child welfare law and how well it’s serving at-risk children. Do JFS social workers and foster parents deserve to be vilified as they often are,
The Enneagram is a system of nine personality types that describe how people view, think, feel and interact with themselves, other people, and the world. In this sermon, Harmony member Tony Gross covers a brief description of the Enneagram and the nine...
Rev. Joan Van Becelaere, the Executive Director of UU Justice Ohio, joins us as a guest speaker on Sunday, August 2nd. The conversation focuses on the fight for justice in voting rights in a time when many minority voters are being systematically dise...
This year has brought many “interesting” events to the world, and the hits just keep on coming. In this sermon, Kim Chambers (they/them/theirs) addresses the trauma that we have faced, the potential long-term effects of it,
Harmony member Barbara Bruce describes small changes we can make that are simple, free, easy, yet transformative in the areas of mind, body, and heart. By doing small things often, we can find peace and satisfaction.
Who deserves basic human rights is up for debate, white supremacy is on the rise, and things feel dire. So how do we hold up our UU principle of seeking compassion in human relations, even when faced with people whose values we don’t share?
Intermittent Fasting (IF) has become quite the hot health and weight loss topic lately—with good reason. In her sermon on May 3, Susan Wenner Jackson shared what she’s discovered about the physical, mental,
On Sunday April 19th, Harmony member Jon King will discussed the origins of some superstitions, and how they can shape the way we live our lives. Both positively and negatively. Service originally scheduled for March 15th (Covid problems).
Sure, everyone looks up to the superheroes. But on Sunday, March 1st, Jeff Chambers argued that there are actually some compelling reasons to consider the other side of the coin in our everyday lives. Mwuah-ha-ha-ha-ha-HAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!!!!
In this interactive sermon on Feb 16th, Kim Chambers leads us in exploring our values as we express them in our relationships.