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Sunday morning worship at First Parish of Norwell Mass.

Rev. Victoria Weinstein

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Sunday morning worship at First Parish of Norwell Mass.
Sunday morning worship at First Parish of Norwell Mass.

Sunday morning worship at First Parish of Norwell Mass.

Rev. Victoria Weinstein

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Sermons and homilies by Rev. Victoria Weinstein

Latest Episodes

The Church of Me(03/04/12)

How do we want to be known? What commitments do we need to make individually and institutionally for that to happen?

17 MIN2012 MAR 7
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The Church of Me(03/04/12)

Old Man Joseph: In Praise of Co-Stars(12/11/11)

Joseph of Nazareth is definitely a supporting player in the story of Jesus’ birth, but a fascinating character for our reflection. How do you stay in the story when you have no idea what’s going on?

14 MIN2011 DEC 14
Comments
Old Man Joseph: In Praise of Co-Stars(12/11/11)

The Peace That Passeth Understanding: The Joys and Consequences of Living With Integrity (03/06/11)

The religious search is a search for integrity. It is a search for that peace which the world can neither give nor take away.

17 MIN2011 MAR 21
Comments
The Peace That Passeth Understanding: The Joys and Consequences of Living With Integrity (03/06/11)

Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday

3 MIN2010 FEB 8
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Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

On the anniversary of the founding of our congregation in 1642, we reflect on spiritual friendship and the inspiration and challenge we get from each other. I will share some passages written between two very dear Unitarian friends, James Freeman Clarke and Margaret Fuller.

18 MIN2010 FEB 8
Comments
Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Contagious (01/10/10)

I have heard recently that loneliness is contagious, and I read an alarming study last year that claimed that obesity is contagious. My goodness. What with the H1N1 virus and all these warnings about catching loneliness and corpulence from each other, maybe we should all find a separate mountaintop and live there alone. My friends, the human condition is contagious, and thank God for that.

14 MIN2010 JAN 13
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Contagious (01/10/10)

Commentary on the Sermon: "Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith" (12/07/09)

Commentary on the Sermon: Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith

3 MIN2009 DEC 7
Comments
Commentary on the Sermon: "Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith" (12/07/09)

Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith (12/06/09)

The season of Advent is all about finding the spirit of the child within. Philosopher Paul Ricouer coined the phrase "second naivete" to describe the religious faith we can develop after we have passed through the critical dismissal of literal beliefs.

16 MIN2009 DEC 7
Comments
Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith (12/06/09)

The Good Goodbye (11/02/08)

On this All Soul’s Sunday we will share thoughts about what it means to say that final goodbye, and how we can say goodbye even if we were not able to say it to the deceased when they were alive.

22 MIN2008 NOV 3
Comments
The Good Goodbye (11/02/08)

The Election Sermon: What Leads Us? (10/26/08)

It has been a tradition for centuries for New England preachers to give a sermon on the pertinent issues facing the nation on the eve of Election Day. This sermon assumes that you already know the issues and have probably already made a commitment to one of the candidates. So today, I’ll be reflecting on Adlai Stevenson’s quote, "Who leads us is less important than what leads us."

17 MIN2008 OCT 28
Comments
The Election Sermon: What Leads Us? (10/26/08)

Latest Episodes

The Church of Me(03/04/12)

How do we want to be known? What commitments do we need to make individually and institutionally for that to happen?

17 MIN2012 MAR 7
Comments
The Church of Me(03/04/12)

Old Man Joseph: In Praise of Co-Stars(12/11/11)

Joseph of Nazareth is definitely a supporting player in the story of Jesus’ birth, but a fascinating character for our reflection. How do you stay in the story when you have no idea what’s going on?

14 MIN2011 DEC 14
Comments
Old Man Joseph: In Praise of Co-Stars(12/11/11)

The Peace That Passeth Understanding: The Joys and Consequences of Living With Integrity (03/06/11)

The religious search is a search for integrity. It is a search for that peace which the world can neither give nor take away.

17 MIN2011 MAR 21
Comments
The Peace That Passeth Understanding: The Joys and Consequences of Living With Integrity (03/06/11)

Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday

3 MIN2010 FEB 8
Comments
Commentary on the Sermon: Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

On the anniversary of the founding of our congregation in 1642, we reflect on spiritual friendship and the inspiration and challenge we get from each other. I will share some passages written between two very dear Unitarian friends, James Freeman Clarke and Margaret Fuller.

18 MIN2010 FEB 8
Comments
Faithful Friends: Founders Sunday (02/07/10)

Contagious (01/10/10)

I have heard recently that loneliness is contagious, and I read an alarming study last year that claimed that obesity is contagious. My goodness. What with the H1N1 virus and all these warnings about catching loneliness and corpulence from each other, maybe we should all find a separate mountaintop and live there alone. My friends, the human condition is contagious, and thank God for that.

14 MIN2010 JAN 13
Comments
Contagious (01/10/10)

Commentary on the Sermon: "Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith" (12/07/09)

Commentary on the Sermon: Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith

3 MIN2009 DEC 7
Comments
Commentary on the Sermon: "Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith" (12/07/09)

Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith (12/06/09)

The season of Advent is all about finding the spirit of the child within. Philosopher Paul Ricouer coined the phrase "second naivete" to describe the religious faith we can develop after we have passed through the critical dismissal of literal beliefs.

16 MIN2009 DEC 7
Comments
Second Naivete: The Mystical Way of Faith (12/06/09)

The Good Goodbye (11/02/08)

On this All Soul’s Sunday we will share thoughts about what it means to say that final goodbye, and how we can say goodbye even if we were not able to say it to the deceased when they were alive.

22 MIN2008 NOV 3
Comments
The Good Goodbye (11/02/08)

The Election Sermon: What Leads Us? (10/26/08)

It has been a tradition for centuries for New England preachers to give a sermon on the pertinent issues facing the nation on the eve of Election Day. This sermon assumes that you already know the issues and have probably already made a commitment to one of the candidates. So today, I’ll be reflecting on Adlai Stevenson’s quote, "Who leads us is less important than what leads us."

17 MIN2008 OCT 28
Comments
The Election Sermon: What Leads Us? (10/26/08)
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