The sermons of the Unitarian Society of Germantown in Philadelphia, PA

8.27.17, Soul of the Nation, Rev. Kent Matthies

The attack on protestors in Charlottesville is yet another in an endless series of tragic incidents. We have entered a new phase of great struggle for the soul of our nation. Our most important values of liberty, democracy and justice are at risk.  Each of us must find ways to participate with love, courage and hope.

8.13.17, Mind the (Divine) Gap, Charles Gabriel

God is found in that narrow space where our human relationships elevate our human experience into a spiritual experience. Judeo/Christian scripture, as well as other religious sources, teaches us how to maximize this experience by expanding our relationships into caring for others in need.Charles joined USG in 2004 and has held many leadership positions.

8.6.17, Coming Clean, Rev. Lee Paczulla

Spirituality isn’t about being perfect, it’s about being honest so we can know the true power of grace and love in our lives. Spiritual practices can help us “come clean” and live more intentionally – awake and aware to what’s really happening, within us and around us. Rev. Lee serves the WellSprings congregation.