Posts by Erin

Waiting for Benedict: a New Monasticism and the Path of Radical Compassion (6-25-17 Sermon)

Posted on Jun 27, 2017 in Podcasts

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Thank you Everybody. Thank you Everything. (06-11-17 Sermon)

Posted on Jun 27, 2017 in Podcasts

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Travels in Time: From Impermanence to Wisdom (6-18-17 Sermon)

Posted on Jun 19, 2017 in Podcasts

We may be wise in many ways and still do dumb things, make stupid choices. Or we can humbly reflect on our own wisdom – how we’ve lived our lives, how we’ve lived in time – and how graciously, we have been transformed. - Ken Stewart, “Travels in Time: From Impermanence to Wisdom” http://whitebearunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/06-18-17-audio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Thick and Thin (05-28-17 Sermon)

Posted on Jun 5, 2017 in Podcasts

from Reverend Charles Grady, Unitarian Universalist Our churches are clearings in the wilderness of this time: places of refuge and sanctuary for the bruised and tired, and also places of healing and renewal. They are ‘workshops for common endeavor,’ and schools for learning and enlightenment, transmitters and celebrators of a heritage, tools for breaking down barriers. tools for building new bridges. Download 05-28-17-sermon .pdf http://whitebearunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/5-28-17-audio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Summer 2017 – From the Minister

Posted on Jun 1, 2017 in Spirituality

How do you tell your story, the history of yourself, and your people, your family and country, your sense of place and your own dirt—your land, your home, this common ground—and how do you tell it in relation to all the other stories, the story of the person next to you right here, and the story of the stars, invisible, right above your head (and also below you and around you, infinite in all directions), and the story of the soil beneath the concrete floor that holds the bones and dreams of ancestors whom we choose to call family, or not. The way you enter your story, locate your plot,...

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