Official ULC Sermons

By sharing thoughts and ideas from all across the religious and spiritual spectrum, we hope to educate, enlighten, and inform our ministers. As an interfaith church, we strive to find common ground that unites us across any divide. The sermons posted below draw from the inspirational teachings of a wide variety of faiths and belief systems.

However, there are so many sermon topics worthy of discussion, and we simply don’t have the resources to cover them all. Therefore, we'd like to invite our ministers to contribute to this growing forum of ideas.

If there is a topic which interests you, and that you think others would enjoy reading about, we encourage you to write your own sermon and submit it to us! To do this, please email sermons@themonastery.org. All submitted sermons will be considered for publication. If you’re interested in submitting something but need help getting started, we offer some helpful tips on how to write a sermon.

July 7th, 2017
The most important thing on the day of your baby's christening is that you take your time, relax, and enjoy your baby's special day stress free. In order to do that, you must plan your day out ahead of time and tie up any loose ends ahead of schedule. Continue Reading »
January 24th, 2017
Have you ever received an insincere apology? A classic line is: “I’m sorry if you were offended.” Depending on the context, these words can feel empty, meaningless, and even sarcastic. That person is glossing over his or her responsibility, and instead m Continue Reading »
December 2nd, 2016
Gossip is a terrible sin, and it’s all around us. If you disagree, here’s a challenge: walk into any house of God on a Sunday morning. See how long you can go without overhearing some form of gossip. I bet you’ll last about 20 minutes, maximum. Continue Reading »
October 28th, 2016
Have you had a brush with the Antichrist? Perhaps you have, but didn’t realize it. Although the Antichrist is referenced numerous times in scripture, the Bible doesn’t provide a clear description. Thus, there is no clear consensus on what "it" looks like. Continue Reading »
August 1st, 2016
In a story that would not typically be newsworthy, an 88 year old woman died recently due to old age. Ten years after her husband's passing, she laid in the same bed that he took his last breath in. Her small frame vanished into the large oak bed, but the Continue Reading »
May 9th, 2016
As human beings we have an urge to ask for reasons why certain things happen. Some people believe that there is a higher being which decides our fate, while others think that we live in a world determined by some amount of cosmic karma. While definitive a Continue Reading »
February 25th, 2016
The Importance of Independent Development We live in a day and age where professional parents are everywhere. These people are so concerned with their child’s development that they are constantly breathing down his or her neck. It is important that parent Continue Reading »
December 7th, 2015
No matter which direction you look anymore, it seems like you're staring straight at death. As the attacks seem to increase in frequency, so too does the familiar refrain we hear in response. "Pray for Syria" "Pray for Paris" "Pray for San Bernardino"  Continue Reading »