West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church of Rocky River, Ohio exists to help people live lives of meaning and purpose. Unitarian Universalists believe that this life is sacred and that justice and compassion must be the foundation of our thoughts and deeds. Our focus in not on the afterlife, but on how we can make the life each of us is given to be more rich, meaningful and helpful for our own and for future generations. Please visit us at wsuuc.org for more information. Thanks for listening!

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episode 142: Telling True Stories


by Reverend Patricia Hart and Marty Blachly-Cross Worship Associate West Shore has made a commitment to be a force for racial justice in the life and communities of its people. But before anyone can change the world (or themselves), they must understa...


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   46m
 
 

episode 141: Growing Up with Money


by Reverend Patricia Hart and Gerry Meader Worship Associate What lessons did you learn about money as a child? Was it the key to security, or happiness – or was money’s power a temptation to guard against, a pathway to immorality? We tend to carry su...


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   30m
 
 

episode 140: Growing Up With Money
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by Reverend Patricia Hart and Gerry Meader Worship Associate What lessons did you learn about money as a child? Was it the key to security, or happiness – or was money’s power a temptation to guard against, a pathway to immorality? We tend to carry su...


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   19m
 
 

episode 139: Jazz


by Reverend Chris Long and Maura Garin Worship Associate Any lovers of Jazz amongst us? Of course, there must be. Rather smooth jazz, ragtime or fans of New Orleans “Second Lining”, the origins and soul of jazz provide many images and metaphors of abu...


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   35m
 
 

episode 138: Jazz: West Shore UU Church, Racial & Social Justice, and YOU!
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by Reverend Chris Long and Maura Garin Worship Associate Any lovers of Jazz amongst us? Of course, there must be. Rather smooth jazz, ragtime or fans of New Orleans “Second Lining”, the origins and soul of jazz provide many images and metaphors of abunda...


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   18m
 
 

episode 136: Coming of Age


by Members of the Coming of Age Class and Layne Richard-Hammock Director of Lifespan Faith Development As part of this service, we'll be hearing credo presentations from our three CoA members—Liam Yeung, Delaney McCoy and Cole Aulisio. Their mentors—G...


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   39m
 
 

episode 135: Remember Those Who Forget


by Reverend Patricia Hart and Marty Blachly-Cross Worship Associate "Remember Those Who Forget," an article written by a Presbyterian elder, asks us to imagine how congregations might become more dementia-friendly. Why is this important to Unitarian U...


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 2019-01-13  44m
 
 

episode 133: Where is This Holy Church?


by Reverend Patricia Hart and Maura Garin Worship Associate The third and final year of this interim period has reached the halfway point, and it’s time to pause and take stock. How many of the goals set for this transitional time have been met, and w...


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 2019-01-06  54m
 
 

episode 132: The Wisdom to Know the Difference


by Intern Minister Michelle Ma and Michael Miller Worship Associate It’s the season for letting things go and making new resolutions for the future. But how do we know what to let go and what to keep, and when?  


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 2018-12-30  27m
 
 

episode 131: A Story for Christmas


by Reverend Patricia Hart and Martha Boesel Worship Associate All are welcome as we retell Truman Capote’s timeless story “A Christmas Memory.” The largely autobiographical story, which takes place in the 1930s, describes a period in the lives of the ...


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 2018-12-23  55m