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 Takoma Park, MD.

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, social 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. Typical packages include opening words, readings, prayers, sermons/homilies, and benedictions.

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, which has slowed down this autumn.

Do You Hear? New!

The tools of liberation are many and varied, but none is so beautiful as many voices raised in song. We will consider how some of our beloved hymns encourage us to draw the circle wide.

Themes: UU history, theology, hymns, liberation

Sages, Saints, and Scoundrels

It’s easy to put our Unitarian and Universalist forebears on pedestals, but how noble were they really? How do we simultaneously celebrate their wisdom, good works, and faults… and our own? And how do we hold the legends in tension with the realities of their – and our – stories?

Themes: UU history, sociology, grace, storytelling

The Art of Meaning

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

Engaging the Spirit of Life

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

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.

Themes: covenant, kindness, New Testament