Meet our Ministerial Candidate, Rev. Dr. Kendyl Gibbons
Sunday, February 19: Rev. Gibbons speaks, followed by a Sunday Plus Lunch and a question and answer time
Monday thru Saturday, Feb. 19-26: Candidating Week: Rev. Kendyl Gibbons meets with congregational teams, committees and groups.
Sunday, February 26: Rev. Gibbons speaks, followed by a Sunday Plus Lunch and a congregational vote
February Sermon Topics
February 26: “With Rainbows Streaming Through Our Hands” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons
Much of the work of religious community happens in the deep places of heart and soul and even mind to which we rarely, if ever, have conscious access. Ironically, careful science is teaching us more
and more about how unscientific human beings usually are. What are the implications of this awareness for progressive religion, including Humanism, in general, as well as for our personal spiritual journeys, and our life and work together in community?
February 19: “The Best Revenge” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons
The Talmudic advice that “living well is the best revenge” may not appear to be a theological proposition, but it raises the essential religious question: what does it mean to live well? It is true that each of us must find the answer individually for our own lives; the challenge is also collective. Our nation is wrestling with it as this election cycle proceeds, and congregational faith communities must also discover a shared understanding if they are to thrive.
February 13: “Standing on the Side of Love” with Rev. Judith Cady, Anthony Edwards, Carolyn MacDonald & All Souls Choir 2012 marks the twentieth anniversary of All Souls as a UUA Welcoming Congregation. This Sunday, through music and love stories we celebrate the diversity of families who create our beloved community.