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Sermons of All Souls Unitarian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana by minister Anastassia Zinke and guest speakers.
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Now displaying: November, 2016
Nov 27, 2016

Many of us learned democracy through the pages of To Kill a Mockingbird. Step into the past as youth are invited to bring this theatrical service to life. Rev. Zinke, preaching.

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Nov 20, 2016

Terry Tempest Williams believes that the human heart is the first home of democracy; that the heart is where we embrace our questions. What is a living democracy? How can it heal the heart and soul of a broken and beautiful world? How does UUism figure in its future possibilities? What does it mean to participate in the living heart of democracy? Rev. Zinke, preaching.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis, IN

Nov 13, 2016

Most of us are familiar with the Golden Rule, "Treat others the way that you would like to be treated." This is a powerful philosophy, and can often function as a compassionate check on our individual words and actions in many situations. However, in today's rapidly diversifying world, is it enough? Guest speaker Aaron Kesher from Minneapolis-based deepSEE Consulting addresses this topic in connection with the larger idea of cultural competence, one definition of which is "the conscious mitigation of unconscious bias." No matter who we are, gaining a deeper understanding of our own cultural selves can and will lead to more effective, comfortable, and authentic communication with those who are different than us, whatever form those differences may take.

(Due to the longer than usual service, the speech was not captured in its entirety)

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Nov 6, 2016

Americans are familiar with the phrase "separation of church and state," but few of us understand this complex matter. Let us review some historical examples to consider the ways that states and religious institutions have interacted, and the powerful and appropriate role that religious people and communities have in ensuring democracy. Rev. Zinke, preaching.

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