This year marks the bicentennial of William Ellery Channing’s Baltimore Sermon. This sermon not only defined the fault lines between the liberal and conservative wings of what had been the Church of the New England Puritans—the founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony; it brought forth a new kind of liberating faith that excited the imaginations of Congregations that worshiped in Norwegian in Minnesota, Icelandic on the Canadian prairies, and Khasi in a remote area of India.
John Marsh serves an Interim Minister to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lansing. Having lived with the Baltimore Sermon for a number of year. he is now asking the question: “What did they have for lunch afterwards?” You may read further about why he is asking this question and what answers he is coming up with on his blog post: https://lunchaftersemon.wordpress.com
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