Sermons on Spirituality (Page 3)
Linda Hart Green counsels us to take courage and embrace community and hope when faced with stressful and dark times.
David Calhoun challenges us to live rationally, with intention, and with the willingness to “repent” and change direction.
Sharon Scholl guides us through consulting our hymnal as a way to engage our rich cultural heritage and enrich our spiritual life.
On dwelling with your pain in uncultivated and desolate wildness.
Karen Smith-Scott speaks on recognizing and forgiving our own failures and faults, treating ourselves with as much compassion and empathy as we treat others.
The eighth installment of our worship series: Love always walks toward trouble, always lets go of the need for control.
The second installment in our new worship series, “Love is _______.” Love does not place the self before others. Love does not place others before the self.
The first in our new worship series: “Love is ______.” Love is fierce. Love is powerful.
Phillip speaks on the power of listening: as a spiritual practice, a demonstration of love, and a tool for justice.
In our final Summer Series sermon, our own Karen Smith-Scott explores what it means to be a hero.