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.

You can also subscribe to our You-Tube channel .

Or check out our podcast of past sermons on Buzzsprout

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

Easter: Unitarian Christianity

Thoreau Campus in Richmod

2019 marks the two hundredth anniversary of William Ellery Channing’s sermon on Unitarian Christianity. This year, for Easter, we will be celebrating Channing’s legacy and the enduring power of a Unitarian approach: meeting Jesus as a spiritual teach rather than … read more.

Easter: Unitarian Christianity

2019 marks the two hundredth anniversary of William Ellery Channing’s sermon on Unitarian Christianity. This year, for Easter, we will be celebrating Channing’s legacy and the enduring power of a Unitarian approach to Christianity: meeting Jesus as spiritual teacher rather than savior.  The … read more.

A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning

Thoreau Campus in Richmond

For the fourth of our spring series on the Principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association we’ll consider the challenge of affirming and promoting acceptance of a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.