This library contains MP3 audio recordings of a selection of past Sunday sermons.
June 10, 2018 – “Practice Makes … Human”
It is through the work of spiritual practice that we move beyond fear into compassion and discover our deep and true selves. In this sermon, Rev. Nori shares how spiritual practice, whether that looks typically religious (like praying) or not (like walking) can draw us closer to who we are at our best – free and compassionate beings. (length: 18:01, size: 17.3 mb)
March 11, 2018 – “The Life of Pi”
In recognition of International Pi Day (March 14), which celebrates the mathematical constant that starts off with 3.14 and goes on into infinity, Rev. Nori explores what pi can teach us about life. (length: 16:57, size: 4.1 mb)
Jan. 14, 2018 – “Martin and Malcolm in America”
Amid this year’s celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Rev. Nori explores the similarities and differences between Dr. King and Malcolm X, another important African American at the forefront of the civil rights movements. She also explores the relationship between the two men and how each shaped the other’s philosophies and learned from one another. (length: 17:47, size: 6.4 mb)
Aug. 13, 2017 – “World Indigenous Peoples Day”
In an unusual sermon, Rev. Nori juxtaposes honoring the indigenous people of the world, and what they have to teach us, with the current events surrounding the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. To read the text of this sermon on Rev. Nori’s blog, click here.
Please Note: There is a low background hum that could not be edited out of the audio recording. (length: 12:45, size: 4.6 mb)