Harmony UU Podcast
We all decide when it is OK to break rules, but how? And are we doing so with principles in mind…or not? Join Harmony co-founder Rob Rogan for a discussion on the place of rules in society and when it is ok to break them.
While most people adopt the bulk of their religious beliefs from one of the world’s many organized religions, the truth is, ultimately everyone is their own theologian. We pick and choose which parts we believe and don’t believe.
At our Sunday, September 15th service, our Sequoia class takes over Harmony! The service explores the various projects the students have completed or are working toward, and includes a musical introduction and sermon by Maddie and Ella focusing on the...
On Sunday, September 1, Harmony member Kim Chambers (they/them/theirs) examines how we use humor to cope, to teach, and to connect.
On Sunday, August 18, Harmony member Kif Corcoran teaches us about a prominent NYC minister named Charles Loring Brace and his controversial social-economic experiment that greatly impacted 200,000 orphans sent to the Midwest on trains.
On Sunday, August 4th, Harmony member Amy Hardesty shared how to determine your primary love language and discussed how knowing that information can transform how you connect with those around you.
At our July 21st service, Harmony member Erin Kotch describes the shortcomings of modern history education in the U.S. The reasons for these shortcomings are varied, but interrelated, and the sermon focuses on ways to course correct and tie historical...
At our June 16th service, Harmony member Jen Gillum discussed the value of human connection. The social neuroscience and research is clear—our brains respond to social engagement. We are wired to connect. However,
At our June 2nd service, Harmony member Paul Smith asks us to discuss culturally imposed rules about clothing, language, and marriage. We’ll explore our own preferences in these areas, why we feel the way we do about them,
On May 19, guest speaker Rabbi Robert B. Barr spoke about Congregation Beth Adam‘s approach to Judaism. His engaging and wide-ranging talk was followed by a short Q&A with those gathered. Enjoy!