Sermons

Oct 1: “John O’Donohue: Poet, Philosopher, Anam Cara (‘Soul Friend’)” (Denise Wilson)

Irish poet and philosopher John O’Donohue was a native Irish speaker, a former priest, and author of many books that continue to offer spiritual sustenance for believers and non-believers alike. He was a brilliant original thinker who, almost accidentally, became a bestselling writer and public … read more.

August 19, 2018: “Voices for the Earth: Prophets, Poets, and Everyday People” (Denise Wilson)

This service shined a light on the modern-day prophets, spiritual ecologists, creative souls, and everyday people who are speaking and acting for the Earth. The service included spoken word, poetry, and music from Traveler’s Dream (Denise Wilson and Michael Lewis).

November 5, 2017: “The American Individual vs the American Citizen?” (Rev. D. Charles Davis)

Emerson preached self-reliance. Thoreau wrote about civil disobedience. The Pledge of Allegiance proclaims liberty and justice for all. How can we make people be part of a group called ” Americans” yet allow them to remain individuals? Inspired by Howard Fineman’s book The Thirteen American … read more.