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The Shared World: Lessons In Joy and (Dis)Comfort (sermon)

First Parish Church of Groton Karen G. Johnston, Ministerial Intern (audio version can be found here) Let’s do a short visualization exercise. That means when I say a word, you bring to mind an image or a word or phrase, … Continue reading

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Holy Envy: A Window in Interfaith Dialogue (sermon)

May 12, 2013 West Cummington Church, West Cummington, MA Karen G. Johnston Candidate for the Unitarian Universalist Ministry Let me begin with gratitude.  Thanks to West Cummington – to you all – for inviting me once again to fill your … Continue reading

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Note to Self: Interfaith Relationships Take Time

I am not talking about time to allow the familiarity and trust to develop, though that, too, is true.  I am talking about actual T-I-M-E.  Like, a whole afternoon.  Or better yet, afternoon and evening.  Let me elaborate: In a … Continue reading

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