I’m starting a new series here, called simply “Sermons I Like”. There are so many great sermons out there, both UU and otherwise, and part of my spiritual practice is to read or listen to others’ sermons. Not that I don’t enjoy the sound of my own voice and all, but it’s great to experience the voices of others. So, about once a month, I plan to put up here a sermon I’ve especially enjoyed.
This month, since it’s NASCAR season, here’s a sermon from the Rev. Ana Levy-Lyons, newly called minister of First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn, called “The Car You Drive.” It’s a great meditation on being, poverty, and America, all wrapped up in a hilarious story of a UU minister in a car race. Thanks Rev. Ana, and enjoy, all!