(Re)Claiming Religious Freedom

The recent violent attacks against Muslims in Australia, Christians in Sri Lanka, and Jews in California, as well as efforts by conservative activists in the United States to use religion as a means of denying access to birth control or services to LGBTQ people, make it clear that religious freedom is not a universally shared value. This sermon will explore one of the tensions behind the struggle for religious freedom (and many other things): how do we have humility towards others when we think our perspective is the right one? It will draw insights from an unexpected place: the music of George Michael, complete with an intergenerational performance featuring members of our children’s and adult choirs!

5 May 2019
Rev. Rob Keithan