Sermon Videos

Service for September 27, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

"We Will Go Out In The World" Music & Lyrics by David Owens-LupuLyrics

 
Service for September 20, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

"We Will Go Out In The World" Music & Lyrics by David Owens-LupuLyrics

 
Service for September 13, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

"We Will Go Out In The World" Music & Lyrics by David Owens-LupuLyrics

 
Service for September 6, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

"We Will Go Out In The World" Music & Lyrics by David Owens-LupuLyrics

 
Service for August 30, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

"We Will Go Out In The World" Music & Lyrics by David Owens-LupuLyrics

 
Service for August 23, 2020
Rev. Tom Goldsmith
Rev. Monica Dobbins
Amanda Esko, Director of Religious Educaiton
David Owens-Lupu, Director of Music
Tristan Moore, Technical Director

Summer Forum Series Presentation given on August 16, 2020 by Dr. Gerald Lazar.  Dr. Lazar is psychiatrist in private practice.

Summer Forum Series Presentation given on August 9, 2020 by Rod Decker. Rod Decker is a Reporter at KUTV Channel 2, 40 Years as a Journalist, and Author of "The Elephant In The Room"

Summer Forum Series Presentation given on August 2, 2020 by Randy Dryer. Randy Dryer is an Attorney, Professor of the Honors Program at The University of Utah

Click here for the pdf of slides from Randy's presentation

Summer Forum Series Presentation given on July 26, 2020 by NKenna Onwuzuruoha. NKenna Onwuzuruoha is the Outreach Coordinator for Write Here, Westminster College community writing center, and is a doctoral student in Writing and Rhetoric Studies at the U of U. She is a facilitator for the YWCA Woke Words project

From Nkenna Onwuzuruoha:
Listed below are the publications I referenced in my presentation, and the Salt Lake Tribune article, “Trying to better understand racism? Here’s what four black Utahns suggest you read.” https://www.sltrib.com/artsliving/2020/06/07/trying-better-understand/  Email me at  if you’d like a copy of my presentation. 
 
Further Reading Suggestions:
Baldwin, James. Go Tell It on the Mountain. Alfred A. Knopf, 1953.  Cleage, Pearl. Things I Should Have Told My Daughter: Lies, Lessons & Love Affairs. Atria Books, 2014.  Davis, Angela. “Reflections on The Black Woman's Role in the Community of Slaves.” The Black Scholar, vol. 3, no. 4, 1971, pp. 2–15. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/41203704 Giovanni, Nikki. Black Feeling, Black Talk, Black Judgement. W. Morrow, 1979.  Guy-Sheftall, Beverly. Words of Fire: an Anthology of African-American Feminist Thought. The New Press, 1996.  Jess, Tyehimba. Olio. Wave Books, 2016.  Sensoy, Özlem, and Robin J. DiAngelo. Is Everyone Really Equal?: an Introduction to Key Concepts in Social Justice Education. Teachers College Press, 2017.  Suddler, Carl. Presumed Criminal: Black Youth and the Justice System in Postwar New York. New York University Press, 2019.  Walker, Alice. In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens: Womanist Prose. Harcourt, 2004. Ward, Jesmyn. Sing, Unburied, Sing: a Novel. Scribner, 2018. Williamson-Lott, Joy Ann. Black Power on Campus: the University of Illinois, 1965-75. University of Illinois Press, 2013.