I felt that I was prepared for whatever the day would bring, whatever I would bring to the day. No matter how captive I actually was, I felt amazed. Which rabbis tell us is what it means to be spiritual.
Sermons for 2020
Out of this pandemic of racism we need more, we need better. A new resounding moral statement.
Summer as a time to take risks. What does that look like?
When I lean into the story of Easter these days to find its meaning for me, I am drawn to the story of Jesus told by Marcus Borg. This Jesus was a healer and a wisdom teacher. A movement organizer.
I chose this sermon from a few years back to revisit, rework, repost, and re-record, because it is about Margaret Fuller, whose tenacity and forward thinking might be an antidote — for a few moments — to the pervasive pandemic messaging we are receiving.
The story of Emma Lazurus, who wrote the inscription for the statue of liberty — and was a pioneering advocate for immigrants and refugees — in recognition of women’s history month and her intersectional work.