Feb 04

Rev. David Carl Olson                   November 16, 2014    


The Buddha’s first proclamation of the dharma was said to be, “Wide opened is the door of the deathless to all who have ears to hear. Let them send forth faith to meet it.” Such faith is proclaimed before one acquires right thought and is affirmed before life experience shows right understanding. The sangha of our community may be enhanced by our own embrace of faith in one another—even before we experience the deeper understanding that comes with a life committed to our congregation.

The First Unitarian Church of Baltimore is located at the corner of Charles and Franklin Streets in downtown Baltimore.  During the summer, weekly worship services are held in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall at 514 N. Charles St starting at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.  For more information, please visit our website or call the church office at 410-685-2330.
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Feb 04

Hannah Roberts                          November 9, 2014 

Unitarian Universalists, a people of faith, live out our faith by loving the world and its inhabitants, in their beauty and imperfection. But does the world really need saving? This Sunday, we’ll explore how our faith calls us to name and respond to the brokenness and blessings in our world and our selves.
The First Unitarian Church of Baltimore is located at the corner of Charles and Franklin Streets in downtown Baltimore.  During the summer, weekly worship services are held in the Enoch Pratt Parish Hall at 514 N. Charles St starting at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.  For more information, please visit our website or call the church office at 410-685-2330.
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