photo from the balcony of audience and stage during a Sunday worship service with Rev. Abhi speaking
WORSHIP & SERMONS ARCHIVE
Rev. Abhi with a bunch of youth following worship service
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Rev. Archene Turner during worship sitting down and listening with slight smile
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Format: 03/25/2019
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Sermon: "Passage to India"
March 24, 2019
Rev. Abhi Janamanchi

Cedar Lane members who traveled to India with Rev. Abhi in February will share reflections about this journey that made it a “trip of a lifetime.”

Sermon: "Life is a Labyrinth"
March 17, 2019
Rev. Amanda Poppei, Senior Leader, Washington Ethical Society (WES)

So often we imagine that life is like a straight line. But in reality our lives are much more like a spiral, including those lessons that repeat over and over again when we think we should get a break from them already! Using the image of a labyrinth as a starting place, Rev. Amanda will explore the constancy of change, and how we can find ourselves transformed...even when we feel like we are facing the same darn thing.

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Sermon: "Ministry is All We Do - Together"
March 10, 2019
Rev. Abhi Janamanchi

Ministry is everything we do together in service of our vision and mission. It's clergy and laity working together, sharing gifts, skills, and passions in a way that grows beloved community. We'll explore the ways that sharing the ministry can work to deepen a sense of purpose and belonging.

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Sermon: "A Hyphen’s Progress: A Journey of Identity, Faith, & Belonging"
March 3, 2019
Rev. Abhi Janamanchi

We are all sojourners, travelers on a quest to find deeper meaning and connection in life. We are all strangers but we are all siblings. The service will explore the soul's work of finding a true religious home.

Sermon: "The Gift of Enough"
February 24, 2019
Christin Green, Intern Minister

How often do you think to yourself, "I have enough" or "I am enough"? We can expect a lot of the world and of ourselves. Our capacity for generosity is deeply impacted by how we think of what we have and what we lack. Join Christin Green, intern minister, to explore our perceptions of abundance, scarcity, and enough.