“Choose Something Like a Star: A Sermon Towards Integrity,”
In this sermon, during the interval between Christmas and Epiphany, we’ll explore what it means to choose the way of integrity, hope and personal accountability in an increasingly compromised world; or as Robert Frost put it in his poem, “So when at times the mob is swayed /To carry praise or blame too far/We may choose something like a star/To stay our minds on and be staid.”
Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker preaching, with music from Roomie Wood and Rebecca Prizznick.
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