Cyber-Sermon Registry

1.  GEOGRAPHICAL LISTING:

        These congregations have collections of sermons
already posted on their websites.
These links lead to thousands of on-line UU sermons.

2. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SUBJECT HEADINGS:

        Some authors have classified their own sermons
within the most appropriate Library of Congress Classifications.

       A few major subject listings are:

             Immigration Reform

          Iraq: American War, Occupation, & Aftermath

          Peace

             Right-to-Die

             Same-Sex Marriage


3.  AUTHORS WHO ORGANIZE THEIR SERMONS BY SUBJECT:

        On-line collections of UU sermons by individual authors
classified according to their own categories.




WHAT IS A CYBER-SERMON?

   A Cyber-Sermon is a short written discourse
presented in a format specifically designed
to be read on a computer screen. 
Cyber-sermons may also be audio and/or video presentations,
which can also be received by home computers.

FULL-LENGTH SERMONS IN SEVERAL FORMATS

    Besides Cyber-Sermons, this Registry also links
full-length sermons already available for reading on the Internet.
(Some congregations offer their sermons in audio and/or video formats.)

THE UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST MOVEMENT

    The sermons have been created by authors
within the Unitarian Universalist movement (and closely associated thinkers).
For people not familiar with the UU movement,
we are a creed-free, very liberal religious movement.
There is no single UU 'theology' or philosophy.
We are spiritually very diverse.
We embrace all forms of religious belief and non-belief.
UU sermons can address any subjects.
The themes only need to be open to rational examination and critique.
There is no UU Bible, no UU Pope, and no UU dogma.
We are free to develop and follow our own spiritual paths
—or to choose no spiritual path at all.

    There are more than 1,000 UU local congregations in North America
—and a few scattered over the rest of the world.
These independent congregations are connected with one another
thru the Unitarian Universalist Association: http://www.uua.org .


Go to: Seven Suggestions for Sermons on the Internet .


Go to: The First Unitarian Universalists Church of the Internet .


Go to: the UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISM page.


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