A Joyful Noise Sermon delivered by Rev. Marlin Lavanhar, Senior Minister, Jan. 27, 2008.

Duke Ellington is considered one of America’s greatest composers. He won Grammys, a Pulitzer Prize and the highest medals of honor by two presidents of the United States and one from the country of France. He ventured into the realm of sacred music and even has a hymn in the Methodist Hymnal. The story of Ellington’s rise and his passion is a heartfelt, spiritual biography that transcends boundaries of many kinds. The All Souls Adult Choir will uplift the service with a choral rendition of one of Ellington’s most well known sacred songs. In the service you’ll find out what Ellington considered a four-letter word for God.

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MLK Sunday - "Being First" Homily delivered by Rev. Marlin Lavanhar, Senior Minister, on Jan. 20, 2008.

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Changing Our Minds Sermon delivered by Rev. Tamara Lebak, Assistant Minister, Jan. 13, 2008.

Tim O’Reilly writes that John Brockman’s magazine The Edge (www.edge.org) is “A remarkable feast of the intellect... an amazing group of reflections on science, culture, and the evolution of ideas. Reading the Edge question is like being invited to dinner with some of the most interesting people on the planet.? This month The Edge put the question to over a hundred scientists and scholars “What have you changed your mind about? Why?? Articles were submitted by Steven Pinker, Alan Alda, Michael Sherman, Richard Dawkins and many other names that you would likely recognize. I scanned for theologians and UU ministers and found none. The question intrigues me. How much and what kind of evidence instigates a change of mind? A change of heart? Over your lifetime, what have you changed your mind about and why? And how is this relevant to our religious community today?

Direct download: 08-0113final.mp3
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Temptations Sermon delivered by Rev. Marlin Lavanhar, Senior Minister, Jan. 6, 2008.

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