Sermons by Rev. Evan Keely

CHRISTMAS EVE 2017

The Rev. Evan Keely, Interim Minister I. The Caesars of the world live by a creed: divide and conquer. Something multiplies the wish to walk together otherwise. Can Mary, Joseph, anyone proceed to make a trip, except they be agreed? These two who trudge to Bethlehem surmise there’s not much choice. Let’s not think that…

Happy Families Are All Alike

The holiday season is a time for many of us to be with our families, and all the joy and the heartache (often both) that that may entail. But family dynamics can also be a lesson for us in how human organizations work – and don’t.

The Rev. Evan Keely, Interim Minister

Spirit and Gifts

Martin Luther’s presentation of his 95 Theses at the end of October 1517 is traditionally understood as the dawn of the Protestant Reformation. Five hundred years later, what have we learned, and what might the future hold?

The Rev. Evan Keely, Interim Minister

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Voyages

Columbus Day is always fraught with the pain of remembering that encounters between Europeans and the native peoples of this hemisphere have included profound injustices. In 2017, confronting these tensions is as important as ever.

A sermon for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring

The Rev. Evan Keely, Interim Minister