Posts by Erin

She/He/They/We (05-20-18 Sermon)

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Life’s Longing for Itself (05-13-18 Sermon)

There are almost never guarantees, that the cause will be won, the war averted, that the child will grow up happy and healthy and perfectly safe, or the deliberate smiles that you bring to your co-workers and strangers in stores and in the skyway and the street will ever be noticed, much less have effect. So much in this life is out of our hands, and you do it anyway, and try to do it carefully, reliably, honorably, reverently, and well, which I guess is the trademark of people of faith. We believe all this accumulates. -Rev. Victoria Safford, “Life’s Longing for...

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Home Economics (05-06-18 Sermon)

I believe the blood in our veins is unanimous, like the rain from which it derives, and we all bear a common name and that name is Beloved. That name is Worthy. -Rev. Victoria Safford, “Home Economics” Download 05-06-18-sermon pdf http://whitebearunitarian.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/05-06-18-audio.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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This I Believe: Ken Harris and Nicolet Lyon (04-29-18 Sermon)

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May – From the Minister

This is the sixth year in a row that I’ve had to say goodbye to a community I’ve grown to love. And every time is as hard as the last. At the end of things, I think, “I’ll never love anyone as much as I love this community. ” And every time I am wrong. I spend the summer grieving and then begin again discovering the stories and dreams and heartaches of those I am with—and in this I love them. My heart is broken open again, perhaps a little more each time, and in gratitude I add my voice to the song of another beloved community. One of my favorite movies, and a family Christmas...

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