Speaker: Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker

Unitarian Universalism as Jazz!

“Unitarian Universalism as Jazz!”
Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, Interim Minister
Jazz is a different drummer’s kind of music and Unitarian Universalism is a different drummer’s kind of religion. In fact, the parallels between the two are quite remarkable. Both have evolved from more strident … read more.

The Heartbeat of Trees

“The Heartbeat of Trees”
Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, Interim Minister
In his masterwork, Walden, Henry David Thoreau explained that he “went to the woods to live deliberately.” In this sermon to mark Indigenous People’s Day, we’ll explore what it might mean to live in a … read more.

A Semi-Colon is No Place to Stay

Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, Interim Minister

Days of Awe Sunday
“A Semi-Colon is No Place to Stay”
The Days of Awe between the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur offer us all (Jewish or not) a yearly opportunity to reflect, consider our righteousness and … read more.

Autumn People

Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, Interim Minister

In the words of a colleague, “Autumn people slow down, enjoy a certain pace.” Sounds appealing, doesn’t it? Most of us run around being bouncy Spring people year-round and 24/7, not looking very closely at much except our watches and … read more.