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Sermons by Halcyon Domanski (Page 3)

February 25, 2018: “Life, Legacy and Legend”

Monthly Theme: Being Mortal Call to Worship Rev. Denis Letourneau Paul You’ve got a lot going on in your life.Your days are filled with challenges that feel like they will drag you down into a deep dark pit of despairYour days are filled with tasks Soaked with obligation Like homework and deskwork and emails and billsThat seem to keep getting put on top of…

March 27, 2016: “The [Real] Miracle of Easter”

Reflection “Letting Go,” Rev Denis Paul When I was little, my siblings and I didn’t get candy for Easter. Oh, we got an Easter basket, complete with plastic grass and even some dyed hardboiled eggs, but no candy. The basket was mostly filled with little toys, things like Silly Putty, yo-yos, magnetic board games for long car rides, that kind of thing.…

April 5, 2015: “Easter and Other Springtime Passages”

Reading “And a side of fried okra, please…” by Patricia Smith How’s this for poetic inspiration? At about 3 a.m., when I should have been snoozing contentedly, dreaming stanzas, I was in the back seat of a cab hurtling toward Gladys Knight’s Chicken & Waffles because- I’m in Atlanta, where they fry everything but chairs. I’ve always been fascinated by the pairings-hot,…

February 22, 2015: “Many Kinds of Love”

Centering Thought: The Eskimos had fifty-two names for snow because it was important to them: there ought to be as many for love. – Margaret Atwood Reading “Love Poem,” by Andrzej Luckwitz My mind is conflicted with thoughts and feelings that come all of a sudden. I stop right where I was walking as a shiver runs along my spine. Color blooms on my…