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    David W. Chandler

ISBN: 978-0-9905361-8-5

The Medfield Sermons 2016-2019

by: David W. Chandler

Unitarian Universalists (UU) are spiritual seekers who look for wisdom from a variety of religious traditions. This means UU preachers must draw from many sources of spiritual comfort and on their own resources of reading, experience and reflection. In these sermons, Rev. David Chandler provides his wry perspective on congregational life in all its facets, reminding us of our human weaknesses and strengths. He makes us smile, think and appreciate the gifts and burdens of life. These 65 sermons are organized into six themes: The Congregational Garden, Human After Always, Ministry is a Team Sport, Searching Out Believing, Wanting What is Right, Why Does This Matter?

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David W. Chandler received his Master of Divinity degree from Lancaster Theological Seminary, Lancaster, PA in 2004. He served the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg, PA as Intern Minister and was ordained by them in 2005. In 2006, he served the Thomas Paine UU Fellowship, Collegeville, PA, and he was called to the UU Church of Saco and Biddeford, Saco, ME. Chandler went on to serve as an Interim Minister at the UU Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes, Tamworth, NH and at First Parish UU Medfield, MA.
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Unitarian Universalists (UU) are spiritual seekers who look for wisdom from a variety of religious traditions. This means UU preachers must draw from many sources of spiritual comfort and on their own resources of reading, experience and reflection. In these sermons, Rev. David Chandler provides his wry perspective on congregational life in all its facets, reminding us of our human weaknesses and strengths. He makes us smile, think and appreciate the gifts and burdens of life. These 65 sermons are organized into six themes: The Congregational Garden, Human After Always, Ministry is a Team Sport, Searching Out Believing, Wanting What is Right, Why Does This Matter?