Tag Archives: Democracy

Endgame – Homily after the 2020 election

It’s about five episodes into the new Netflix series The Queen’s Gambit when one of the characters, Harry, presses the main character, Beth: What’s your endgame? She looks at him blankly, a little irritated, and says – to win.  They … Continue reading

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Waking Up – Sermon 11/13/2016

Audio podcast of this sermon is available here. Reading – For a Time Such As This by Jake Morrill Sermon  As a part of our monthly theme, this Sunday, we were supposed to explore the question: when in your life … Continue reading

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Healing the Heart of Democracy

Reading: Washington Post articles from Sept 26 2016 “Feeling Anxious About the Debate?” and October 13 2016 “People Are So Stressed by this Election….”  If you were at the installation, you may remember that the opening line of the choral … Continue reading

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