Our Sunday services are about an hour long and most come with a 20 minute message from one of our Unitarian Universalist ministers, or an outside speaker.  We usually present 3 or 4 sermons on a single theme by different ministers over a month.

Many sermons are video-taped at Museum District for later viewing at our campuses, or for web viewing.

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Or check out our podcast of past sermons on Buzzsprout

Check out some of our recent sermons and video links below.

Coming Out Of The Closet For Reproductive Justice

Thoreau / Richmond Campus – 10:45 am

Rev. Chuck Freeman – Free Souls Congregation, Round Rock, TX

For decades the religious right has dominated the spiritual narrative on reproductive issues.  Their impact has been felt through laws being enacted by our Texas legislature.  In 2013 when Governor … read more.

Crisis Assessment: Time for a Revolution?

Museum District – 10:30 am

Not surprisingly, at the time of the Declaration of Independence, our Founding Fathers (and Mothers) wrote of the necessity for periodic “rebellions” against oppressive authority.  This week our Assistant Minister brings reflections from his own study of how elements of that … read more.