Sermons from March 2016

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The Invincibility of Goodness


“The Invincibility of Goodness”        Easter sermon, March 27, 2016 The old Jewish story tells of the old man who, every evening at sunset, walked through the village crying “Repent, repent, turn from self-seeking and serve God, for the day of judgment is at hand.”  Nobody paid him any attention.  They all thought he was a […]

Easter Sunday Readings


Readings from the Easter Service,  March 27, 2016 Easter Exultet, by James Broughton Shake out your qualms. Shake up your dreams. Deepen your roots. Extend your branches. Trust deep water and head for the open, even if your vision shipwrecks you. Quit your addiction to sneer and complain. Open a lookout. Dance on a brink. […]

Readings from March 20, 2016


Statements by people who have orbited planet Earth After an orange cloud – formed as a result of a dust storm over the Sahara and caught up by air current – reached the Philippines and settled there with rain, I understood that we are all sailing in the same boat.   Vladimir Kovalyonok, USSR From […]

On Learning How to See, Part II


On Learning How to See, Part II a sermon by Jerry Jacoby at the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains March 6, 2016          As many of you know, I am a retired engineer, and during my thirty-year career I learned much about the history of science, although it was mostly catch as catch can. […]