Earlier this week I was speaking with a member of the church about the sermon I was going to deliver today.
Please join me now in a litany for the season.
As part of my seminary training I spent a summer working as a hospital chaplain,
For nearly thirty years, Forrest Church served as the spiritual leader of the All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in New York City.
Last summer, when I planned the topic for today’s sermon, I was reading an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer about a local service program called “Share the Harvest.”
Pity the poor dandelion.
Today is the second of our three-part sermon series dedicated to Rev. Forrest Church.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 26, 2013.
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