Sermon delivered on March 7, 2010 by Rev. Emily Gage, Minister of Faith Development. The sermon is preceded by a portion of the 4th Grade Chalice Ceremony.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Alan Taylor on February 28, 2010.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Alan Taylor on February 21, 2010.
Story read by Rev. Emily Gage and sermon delivered by Rev. Alan Taylor on February 14, 2010.
Sermon delivered by Dr. Charlie Clements on February 7, 2010. Dr. Clements is a well-known human rights activist and public health physician. Early in his career, after he quit the Air Force as a pilot because he felt war was immoral, he chose to work in the midst of El Salvador's civil war, where the villages he serveed were bombed, rocketed, or strafed by some of the same aircraft in which he trained. He captured his experiences in Witness to War which was made into an Academy Award-winning documentary.
Dr. Clements will soon be stepping down from his role as president and CEO of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee to accept a new position as head of a major human rights research and teaching institution at Harvard University. For the time being, he can still be reached through the UUSC at http://uusc.org/email/1799/field_email.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Alan Taylor on January 31, 2010.
Sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. F. Jay Deacon on January 24, 2010. Rev. Deacon is a Unitarian Universalist minster and writer who was the minister of the Unity Temple Unitarian Universalist Congregation between 1993 and 2002. He has also served congregations in Northampton and North Easton, Mass.; Bangor, Maine; Orlando; and the UK.
Jay is on a search for the Next Thing in his life-work, a search that includes the fairly arduous task of finding a publisher for his book, Magnificent Journey: Religion as Either a Lock on the Past, or an Engine of Evolution. Jay can be reached either through his website, www.jaydeacon.net, or at email@example.com.
As our Community Minister, Clare's eco-ministry is embraced by this congregation. She also facilitates social mission here at Unity Temple, and preaches in our pulpit once or twice each year, to keep us updated on her own work and the work of our social mission.