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Featured Sermons

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June 24, 2018 
"Natural Beauty: 
Holding Diverse Perspectives" 
Ted Lau, guest speaker

The first of two "Ted talks" this summer on Nature. This service celebrates June's theme of Beauty from different philosophical lenses through hymns, music, readings, poetry, and reflections. If a flower blossoms in a woods but there is no one to see it, is there still beauty? Can Darwin's theory of natural selection explain the presence of beauty? This sermon was not recorded by you may read the text here.

April 8, 2018
"Eliot Stronger–
A Pledge Sunday Sermon" 
Rev Barbara H. Gadon, lead minister
We know we are stronger together - so we celebrate our strength and commitment as a chapel in one joyful service at the Kirkwood Community Center. The sermon for April 8, 2018 was not recorded but we present the text here

 

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January 14, 2018 
"No Time for a Casual Faith" 
Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the UUA

We celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the 450th Anniversary of the Edict of Torda with Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray

September 10, 2017
“Welcome to the Rainbow Tree” Rev. Barbara H. Gadon, lead minister
A few years ago, Rev. Barbara asked a team of talented fabric artists to design a quilt to represent Eliot and its future. The beautiful result: “The Rainbow Tree” hanging above our pulpit. In the Opening Sunday 2017 sermon, we explored this powerful symbol and its meaning for our community – roots, leaves and branches.