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Posted by T. Resnikoff // June 25th 2015 // // no comments

5 Great Homilies

Every year a highlight of Summer Seminary is the Saturday night “Preach-Off”, during which students have 4 minutes to address a previously assigned prompt. (Prompts range from the straight-forward question, “What is the meaning of life”, to quotes, poems, and declarations of faith or conscience.)

Discover why  Reverend Peter Morales, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association said, “You may not be ordained, but you are doing ministry already.”

Watch the five “preach-off” homilies that were voted the best by the 18 members of the Summer Seminary class of 2015, and selected for presentation at First Unitarian Denver Sunday Service:

 Nelson Moroukian, “We Love in a Community of Constant Change” (Read the transcript here)
Audray Laughrey Havelah, “On the Meaning of Life” (Read the transcript here)
Halley Norman, “The First Principle” (Read the transcript here)
Lou Whiting, “You Are Allowed to Say Things Like This” (Read the transcript here)
Eliana Okeson, “Love, Without “But” (Read the transcript here)

About the Author

Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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