Monthly Archives: November 2014

“The Flight from God”; Jim Gertmenian’s Nov. 23 sermon

As did Adam and Eve, Cain, Moses, Jonah, we flee from God, often hiding in rationalism or religion. “Religion can be like an inoculation against God—get a tiny dose of the dead virus (creeds, etc.) . . . so that … Continue reading

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“Finding Forgiveness”; Paula Northwood’s sermon, Nov. 16

With a tale about a modern-day Prodigal Daughter, Paula Northwood asks us to see ourselves as all the characters in this story—and finding forgiveness within ourselves. Once we forgive ourselves, we may turn around and change our behavior. Paula Northwood, Minister … Continue reading

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“Reconciliation,” Jim Gertmenian’s Nov. 9, 2014 sermon

A Plymouth partnership with Westminster and Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative will house 72 men released from prison—and we can anticipate objections from those in the neighborhood. How to respond? “Real success is not in planting a building for the Great River … Continue reading

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