The UU Montclair Podcast: Why We Are Universalists (10/13/13)

uumontclair_itunes23:44 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair’s Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Carol Haag.

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY

“Give them no Hell, but Hope and Courage; preach the kindness and everlasting Love of God.”
–John Murray

“If we agree in love, there is no disagreement that can do us any injury, but if we do not, no other agreement can do us any good.”
–Hosea Ballou

INTRODUCTION

PRAYER & MEDITATION

READINGS:
From the sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” by Jonathan Edwards, on July 8, 1741 in Enfield, Connecticut
From John Murray, quoted in the book The Larger Faith: A Short History of American Universalism by Charles Howe

SERMON
“Why We Are Universalists”
Rev. Carol Haag

CLOSING WORDS

Liturgist: Ginny Loggins

TODAY’S SERVICE IS BEING LED BY REV. CAROL HAAG

Carol retired after 13 years as the religious educator (DRE and MRE) with The Unitarian Church in Summit, NJ. Since then, she has served on the Murray Grove board, as member, President, and currently chairs its Stewardship Committee.  She is a strong advocate for Universalism as the central, vital force in our Unitarian Universalist movement.   She believes that Universalism embodies the critical message of inclusion for our time.

Please note: All sermons are copyrighted by the author.

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