Here’s the sermon I gave today, the last of a series on the six “Sources of Our Faith” found in the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Purposes & Principles statement. One of our Pagan congregants brought her home altar to church and showed it to the children during our “Time for All Ages”–a lovely service if I do say so. Enjoy.
P.S. If you want to read the other sermons in the series, you can find them here:
Transcending Mystery and Wonder: http://www.stocktonuu.org/sermons/20100221.pdf
Prophetic Women and Men: http://www.stocktonuu.org/sermons/20100523.pdf
Wisdom from the World’s Religions: http://www.stocktonuu.org/sermons/20100321.pdf
Jewish and Christian Teachings: http://www.stocktonuu.org/sermons/20100404.pdf
Humanist Teachings: http://www.stocktonuu.org/sermons/20100613.pdf
The Sources of Our Faith:
The Rev. Laura Horton-Ludwig, Minister
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Stockton
August 15, 2010
Living in California has changed me.
I never thought I would have a Goddess Tarot app on my iPhone.
But I do now.
I got my iPhone as a practical tool. It’s got my calendar, to-do list,
phone numbers and addresses, and that is the only reason I wanted it.
None of this silly time-wasting computer game stuff for me, oh, no!
But one day not so long ago,
I came across a mention of this little app,
a little software program you can download onto your phone.
Just for fun, I told myself, I’d give it a try.
And it was free, so why not? Continue reading