Foothills Unitarian Church

Podcasts of Sermons from Foothills Unitarian Church. Rev. Gretchen Haley and Rev. Sean Neil-Barron

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 19m. Bisher sind 366 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 15 hours 4 minutes

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episode 329: Life Lessons with Poet Megan Benedict | May 2, 2021


Poet Megan Benedict -who wrote nine spontaneous poems during Sunday's service! - shares her lessons for keeping a spirit of play when writing, especially lessons for when she gets stuck.


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episode 328: Life Lessons from Volleyball | May 2, 2021


Rev. Gretchen and Foothills' member and volleyball coach Heidi Schaub discuss lessons from volleyball about what to do when life throws things our way. 


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   4m
 
 

episode 327: Playfulness Meditation | Rev. Gretchen Haley | April 25, 2021


Rev. Gretchen Haley guides us in a meditation to shake off whatever may be weighing us down and to cultivate playfulness!


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   7m
 
 

episode 326: Homily: Gamify | Rev. Sean Neil-Barron | April 25, 2021


Rev. Sean explores how play can unlock joy, why it's worthwhile to find the fun in daily routine, and what we need for play to flourish.


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   9m
 
 

episode 325: Trees/Truths Meditation & Reading | Revs. Sean & Christopher | April 18, 2021


Enjoy this guided meditation featuring readings from Richard Powers and Mary Oliver. Set to "Loosen Loosen" performed by Rev. Christopher. (Permission to use song granted by the original artist.)


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episode 324: Strong Tree Meditation | Foothills Family Ministry | April 18, 2021


Take a moment to ground yourself with this all-ages strong tree meditation from Foothills Family Ministry.


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episode 323: Homily Part Two: How We Talk About the Future | Rev. Gretchen Haley | April 18, 2021


Rev. Gretchen frames our present culture of death and violence as a spiritual crisis and draws on lessons from the forest to teach us how we might reorient ourselves in service to the world and remember that "all of us need all of us to make it."


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   7m
 
 

episode 322: Homily Part One: Tree/Truth | Rev. Gretchen Haley | April 18, 2021


Rev. Gretchen draws on The Overstory by Richard Powers and her Pacific Northwest childhood in a family of loggers and mill workers to explore how trees humble us and how we must remember to see the bigger story, especially when we find ourselves in disag...


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   11m
 
 

episode 321: Homily: Kindred Voices: Holding Each Other Up | Melanie DeMore | April 11, 2021


Melanie blends storytelling and song as she teaches us to develop our personal "Melodic Medicine Kit" - songs we can call on when we're struggling.


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   21m
 
 

episode 320: Homily Part 2: From Grief to Morning | Rev. Gretchen Haley | April 4, 2021


Rev. Gretchen invites us to reckon with truth and contradictions in stories. She examines where our profound human need to seek patterns - even where none exist - can become dangerous and explores the importance of intentionally moving from our individua...


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