Sermons by Rev. Fiona Heath


Troubled Waters

Troubled Waters

Speaker: | February 12, 2019

Presented February 10th, 2019 Many years ago I visited my cousin in Cornwall, England. She lived with her family in a farmhouse beside a main road, surrounded by fields and cows. One...


Diving In

Diving In

Speaker: | February 12, 2019

Presented February 3rd, 2019 Many winters ago in Hungary, a young man sits at his desk with a small rock he bought at the morning market. The man inspects the rock under...


Kith and Kin

Speaker: | December 24, 2018

Presented December 16th, 2018 This month you have probably seen a nativity scene somewhere – the one with the baby Jesus lying in a manager, with Mary and Joseph adoring him, with...


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The Gift of Compassion

The Gift of Compassion

Speaker: | December 13, 2018

Presented December 9th, 2018 We are just over two weeks out from Christmas Day, and like most years, I have not yet mailed Christmas gifts to my aunt and cousins in the...


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Memory Maps

Memory Maps

Speaker: | December 13, 2018

Presented November 18th, 2018 “Memory is the most elemental thread of which the tapestry of experience we call reality is woven.” (Maria Popova) Memory is an elemental thread in the tapestry of reality....


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Money and Memory

Money and Memory

Speaker: | November 14, 2018

Presented November 11th, 2018 In the story this morning (Wilfrid Gordon Mcdonald Partridge by Mem Fox), Wilfrid asks what memory is. His father gives the easy answer, “something you remember.” But perhaps...


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Leaves Falling

Leaves Falling

Speaker: | October 24, 2018

Presented October 7, 2018 These words come from mid-century American poet Margaret Walker, from a  poem titled October Journey. “I want to tell you what hills are like in October when colors...


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