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

1.28.18, The Promise and the Practice, Intern Minister Connie Simon

This service is offered by the UUA to listen deeply to the stories that have not been heard and to lament what our UU tradition has lost by being unable – or unwilling – to center People of Color. It’s a celebration of our commitment to live into a new chapter of our faith’s story.

1.14.18, A Knock at Midnight: MLK Sunday, Rev Kent Matthies

In 1967 Dr. King preached a sermon by this title. He said it was midnight in the international and national social order as well as the personal and psychological order. He examined biblical text and US history for when and how people had faith in the coming dawn. How can these lessons instruct us today?