Mon, 28 April 2008
We conclude our series on covenant and creed with a service to honor those who are Coming of Age this year. Building on the Saturday night ceremony at which each participant will offer their theological statement, the services will highlight those practices, which are essential to our liberal faith. Community Ministerial Intern, Jacqueline Duhart, who has been working with our Coming of Age class all this past year, and Kerri Meyer, Director of Religious Education join Rob in conducting the service.
Direct download: What_Matters_Most_Rob_Eller-Isaacs_April_27_2008.mp3
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Mon, 14 April 2008
"Although there are considerable differences between American UUs and Transylvanian Unitarianism - because we live in different societies and in slightly different kinds of cultures - I am more and more conscious about our common passion for justice, human dignity, true fellowship, real peace and love – and I know that we all feel responsible for these values. As a progressive liberal from Transylvania, being here gives me the unique opportunity to learn from your experience, spirituality, and social involvement. " Rev. Bela-Botond Jakabhazi
Direct download: A_Passion_for_Freedom_Rev._Bela-Botond_Jakabhazi_April_13_2008.mp3
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Mon, 7 April 2008
The liberal church was founded upon the understanding of covenant as the central binding agent, not creed. Given that historic understanding, Janne and Worship Associate Elizabeth Alexander will explore the promises the liberal church makes to its members and friends.
Direct download: The_Promises_We_Make_Janne_Eller-Isaacs_April_6_2008.mp3
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