Category Archives: Sermons by others (sermons I like)

Every year I read this wonderful sermon by Rev. David Bumbaugh to myself. A beautiful meditation about the beauty of the darkness and the silence of this time. A Meditation for the Season

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Link to Dr. rev. Edward Frost’s sermon, “The Very Hardest Thing”

We were privileged to have Rev. Dr. Edward Frost give a sermon here at the beginning of October, that was LOVED by several congregants. We don’t have a recording of that sunday, but we do have a version of the … Continue reading

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Sermon from Andrew Nowick: “How’s the View from Our Vision?”

A wonderful sermon from our president, Andrew Nowick, “How’s the View from our Vision?” You can’t hear it from the recording but at the end he took the congregation out to our fields and closed the service outside, imagining the … Continue reading

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Sermons I like: Gail Geisenhainer on the beloved community

I think I could listen to the Rev. Gail Geisenhainer preach every day. She’s one of our finest. Here, she shares what is so special of religious community.   http://www.uuaa.org/images/stories/audio-sermons/gail_geisenhainer_3june2012ten_steps_for_building_beloved_community.mp3

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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 … Continue reading

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Charles Peguy was a very devout but non-churchgoing Roman Catholic, thoroughly socialist, French nationalist poet. For those not instantly turned off by one or more of these descriptors, you might enjoy his gorgeous meditation on hope. http://ow.ly/d2Nmg

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