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 by Rev. Marti Keller
Rev. Keller explores topics of everyday spirituality, prophetic witness, religious feminisms, and intra-religious teachings. She is especially sought for her contributions exploring the place of Judaism within and without Unitarian Universalism and for the individual.
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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.