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Ep 78: Taking a Personal Retreat

Sometimes you just need to get away, and be you.  In this first service of the new year in 2021, Harmony member Susan Jackson discusses her decision to take a personal retreat for herself, and how it can help. This sermon is also available on Harmony’s YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/QgNQHxBEC5c

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Mindfulness and meditation have become trendy topics in recent years, but how does reality compare to the hype? Get a little taste of what 2 Harmony members experienced as students in an 8-week mindful living course. 

Ep. 19: A Crash Course in Mindful Living

Harmony UU members Jen Gillum and Susan Wenner Jackson share a little taste of what they experienced as students of mindful living in this podcast episode of our January 7, 2018, service. Read more details about this sermon here: https://harmonyuu.org/the-sermons/crash-course-mindful-living/

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Our society could use more justice right now, but charity is still needed, too. Harmony junior high students discuss charity vs. social justice.

Ep. 15: Charity vs. Social Justice

Our society could use more justice right now, but charity is still needed, too. How can we reconcile ways to be most helpful? In this podcast episode of our September 17, 2017, service, Harmony UU’s Sequoia students (grades 6 to 8) discuss their thoughts on charity vs. social justice. Read the...

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UU Hurricane Relief

After two devastating hurricanes affected millions of Americans from Texas to Florida, many of us are wondering how we can help. The Unitarian Universalist Association has established two separate UU hurricane relief funds to assist UU congregations and members who were affected, as well as vulnerable populations within those communities....

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Living in the Cincinnati suburbs and want to fight white supremacy? Here are 5 ways to stand up against hate in Mason, West Chester, Landen, and more.

Stand Up Against Hate: 5 Ways to Take Local Action

In the ongoing battle against racism, bigotry, and hate-fueled violence, “there is no neutrality,” wrote Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen, a spiritual advisor for Standing on the Side of Love, in a recent email to campaign supporters. “Now is when we show up. To confront hate—in the form of white supremacists gatherings...

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Ep. 1: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

This sermon was originally delivered to the congregation of Harmony, a Unitarian Universalist Community, on January 1, 2017. It is published here with permission from the writer, with all rights reserved. By Susan Wenner Jackson When I was a little girl, I loved Mr. Rogers. I’m sure many of you...

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