Speaker: Rev. Chris Rothbauer

Rev. Chris Rothbauer is the second settled minister at Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

Wild Spirituality: A New Paradigm?

A movement is afoot in the Christian world to abandon church buildings and take spiritualty back to nature. But why would someone do this? In this service, Rev. Chris will imagine what wild spirituality might mean for Unitarian Universalists and our traditions.

Apologizing With Grace

From a young age, we’re taught to apologize when something goes wrong. However, sometimes an apology can actually make things worse if it’s said in the wrong way. In the annual auction sermon, Rev. Chris will examine the importance of apology and how to apologize … read more.

Everyone Has a Right to Control Their Own Body

Margaret Sanger once said, “No woman can call herself free who does not control her own body.” In this service, we’ll examine the moral imperative of reproductive justice and ask, in the face of recent defeats, what’s next?

In Awe of Creation

Albert Einstein once said, “He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.” But why is awe so important to the human spirit? In this service, we’ll ask: what does awe do … read more.

The Persistent Flame

As we move into the fall equinox, we will take a moment to reflect on balance in our lives and the way our connections draw us into the web of creation and community with our fellow beings.