As we seek to honor the differences among us, we often hear that we’re called to love our neighbor. But this sermon – inspired by an address of the same name by Kurt Vonnegut – explores the possibility that we might do better if we set our sights just a little lower.
The Rev. Libby Smith is a life-long UU who grew up in the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, PA. She received her MDiv from Harvard Divinity School in 1992 and was ordained the same year. Since then she has served congregations in Rockport, Mass, Warrrington, PA and Langhorne, PA. She also spent five years as Chaplain at UU House, a small nursing home in Philadelphia. Now retired from congregational service, she does adjunct work for the Joseph Priestley District and enjoys the chance to preach and do rites of passage on request. She is delighted to be back at USG!