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Your Monday Blessing for today

May God’s home be in the arms of the homeless and the refugee, may God’s ceremony be justice, may God’s tribute be surrender. May God’s righteousness be the poor, confirmed, and may God’s river be the very stream where she … Continue reading

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“All Our Relations” sermon

“All Our Relations” Rev. Bob Janis-Dillon                                                              Sermon delivered at the … Continue reading

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Sermon on Moderation (text and audio)

(preceded by a few beautiful bars of music from Matt Gordeuk)   “Moderation: A Little of What You Like” Rev. Bob Janis-Dillon First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County 11/17/2013     The journey to see the Oracle at Delphi, … Continue reading

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Sermon: Was Jesus a UU?

Was Jesus a UU? Rev. Bob Janis-Dillon The First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County 12/3/2012   You may have heard the one about the two strangers who met while crossing a narrow bridge. They got to talking, and soon … Continue reading

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A Labor History of the World in a Few Hundred Words…

In tribal society, everyone was needed to hunt, gather, raise the kids, and perform the occasional raid on the Joneses. Food was shared among the tribe. Barring the odd banishment, if the tribe did OK, you did OK. In agricultural … Continue reading

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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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