Virtual Guest In Your Pulpit

Live Worship

I will work with your Worship Team and your Tech Team to create a meaningful, live worship experience – led from my studio in upstate New York.

After you book this time, we’ll be in touch about your streaming platform, your order of service, possible topics, and timing on the day (arrival, worship start, coffee hour, etc.).

UUMA Scale of Professional Fees applies.

Click here to schedule worship.

Pre-Recorded Video Packages

Purchase access to a fully-developed service for an online worship experience for $270.

Within 24 hours of your purchase, you will be sent a link to download the worship content; you may use as much or as little as you need, fitting videos into your typical order of service. Also included is a list of recommended music – hymns and other music to create a fuller thematic experience.

NOTE: Services will be uploaded as they are created; below are the first six being made available.

Unexpected
$270 ADD TO CART

Life can be a struggle at the best of times – and right now, it’s even harder. How can we hold the pains, sorrows, and troubles of life in a time of pandemic, and where can we find relief?

Themes: grief, grace, wholeness

Includes:

  • Video: Opening Words
  • Video: Reading
  • Video: Homily Part One (includes a short meditation)
  • Video: Homily Part Two (includes a prayer)
  • Video: Meditation
  • Video: Homily Part Three
  • Video: Benediction
  • Recommendations for Music and Stories

Take Care
$270 ADD TO CART

In this time of physical distancing and virtual church, we miss some of what makes our Sunday mornings special. How do we reach out to one another and show our care for each other in this new way of being together?

Themes: love languages, affection, care, connection, community

Includes:

  • Video: Opening Words/Invocation
  • Video: Reading
  • Video: Homily Part One
  • Video: Homily Part Two
  • Video: Benediction
  • Recommendations for Music

Find and Ye Shall Seek
$270 ADD TO CART

As we continue to limit our gatherings, social engagement, and travel, we have turned our homes with its resident electronic devices into our shops, workplaces, hangouts, and even worship spaces. Yet we still long for places that are different somehow, places for transformation and grounding. How do we find them? What can we do to create them? And what do we do once we have?

Themes: thresholds, sacred space, spiritual growth

Includes:

  • Video: Opening Words
  • Video: Time for All Ages
  • Video: Meditation
  • Video: Reading
  • Video: Homily
  • Video: Benediction
  • Recommendations for Music

Themes: covenant, community

The Art of Meaning
$270 ADD TO CART

In this service, we explore why we make art, especially in time of crisis, and how experiencing art (both creating and observing) help us bear what George Bernard Shaw calls “the crudeness of reality.”

Themes; spiritual practice, process theology, joy, meaning

Includes:

  • Video: Opening Words/Invocation
  • Video: Prayer
  • Video: Reading
  • Video: Sermon
  • Video: Benediction
  • Recommendations for Music and Stories

Themes: covenant, community

Engaging the Spirit of Life
$270 ADD TO CART

These hard times call us to action – but how do we act faithfully? How do we humbly engage the spirit of life in our acts of compassion and justice?

Themes: spirit, justice, compassion, humility

Be Subject to One Another
$270 ADD TO CART

In these tumultuous times, it is easy to be unkind to those we disagree with. Yet there is a prophetic as well as a pastoral value to kindness, thoughtfulness, and helpfulness – we’ll explore how our principles and sources call us to treat others.

This Will Be on the Test
(available in mid August)

We know things and we hear things – but how do we know? How do we know what we know? Who knows? Where does our knowing come from? How do we experience knowing? What gives the things we know authority? And how is our knowing tested? 

Themes: sources, knowledge, fourth principle

Transmogrified
(available in late August)

Sometimes, when our ideas, beliefs, and perspectives seem stuck, it’s helpful to take them apart, mix them up, and see what comes out. Let’s see what happens when we do this with our principles.

Themes: seven principles, interconnectedness, justice