To worship is to stand in awe under a heaven of stars,
Before a flower, a leaf in sunlight, or a grain of sand.
To worship is to be silent, receptive, before a tree astir with the wind,
or the passing shadow of a cloud.
To worship is to work with dedication and with skill;
it is to pause from work and listen to a strain of music.
To worship is to sing with the singing beauty of the earth;
it is to listen through a storm to the still small voice within.
Worship is a loneliness seeking communion;
It is a thirsty land crying out for rain.
Worship is kindred fire within our hearts;
it moves through deeds of kindness and through acts of love.
Worship is the mystery within us
reaching out to the mystery beyond.
It is an inarticulate silence yearning to speak;
It is the window of the moment open to the sky of the eternal. — Jacob Trapp
Our Minister, Rev. Peg Boyle Morgan, invites you to read past sermons. Comments may be sent to email@example.com.
The written word cannot capture the emotion and depth of a sermon delivered in your presence. We hope you will join us any Sunday at 10:30, or, second best, listen to podcasts by clicking link below.
Printed Sermons of Rev. Peg Boyle Morgan
- What's with Prayer if there is no Decider?
- The Still Small Voice Within
- Does Quantum Physics Lead Inevitably to Mysticism?
- Anatomy of Apology
- Postcards From China
- Attitude of Gratitude
- Buddha Looking in on the View of Life
- Choosing Fear or Choosing Life
- Commitments and Callings
- Everyone is My Teacher
- Holy Listening
- Paying Attention
- Thanks Living
Spiritual and Religious Response to Contemporary Issues
- Who Gets to Decide When I Die?
- What are We Doin' Here Anyway?
- Fundamentalism or Living the Questions
- Hope Never Trickles Down
- Crisis of the Media
- Dear Supreme Court Justices (Same Gender Marriage)
- Tumbling Walls: Church and State
- Spiritual Lessons from Caring for Your Parents
Prophet Voices of Women and Men Throughout the Ages
- Jesus Was a Trouble Maker: He’d Fit Right in Here
- Elie Wiesel: Views From the Valley
- Living in Truth — Wisdom of Vaclav Havel
- Albert Einstein: Disguised Theologian
- John Shelby Spong: A Man of Courage
- May Sarton: Her Life and Wisdom
- We Live More Deeply Than We Think — Ralph Waldo Emerson