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Ellicott City, MD 21043

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Sermons from 2023 (Page 3)

The Gift of Heritage: Paying It Forward

We often speak of the interdependent web of which we are a part. Picturing this like a spider’s web, we may think of the web as horizontal; but the web has a linear dimension, as well. This is the dimension by which we’re interdependently connected to ancestors… and to descendants– To those who come before and those who come after us.  Our…

In the Midst of Change

Often, we prefer the comfort of our current ailments to the promising unknown.  If we resist change, however, we are held in a state of harmful dormancy.  If we instead invite change as inherent to life, we foster happiness and heal wounds. Welcoming transformation promotes a continuous, yet difficult, journey of growth and maturity.  Change, as we will explore, is life’s only…

Welcoming the Sacred, Welcoming the World

This Sunday, we deeply engage with the ideas of welcome, spirituality, faith, and religion. Our exploration is multilayered. First, what do we gain when we welcome faith and spirituality into our own lives? Once we have found our own spiritual grounding, I invite us to explore, through the musings of Jewish and Buddhist scholars, what it is that is universal in the…

Sacred Curiosity

This Sunday, we reflect on how a practice of curiosity serves as an act of love and radical welcome. By simply engaging with those in our midst, we illuminate the humanity of those we encounter, an act that is significant in this world of indifference, judgment, and animosity.  Through thoughtful questioning, we invite into our lives myriad stories, blessing the listener and…

Little Bits of Good

“Amid tear gas and police dogs, Desmond Tutu led a people against apartheid.” -President Barrack Obama. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who helped end apartheid in South Africa, died at age 90 in 2021. One of his most famous quotes was, “Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the…