God In Between
by Ellen Carvill-Ziemer, Intern Minister

December 26, 2010

If God has been born in the flesh of a baby, just yesterday, how does the human community respond? Since Jesus' time, his life has meant something, often something quite radical, about how we are to live together and find God in between each other. Our Unitarian and Universalist ancestors have had much to say about this meaning of Christmas. This morning will be a bit of a romp from the carnival of medieval Christmases through the Victorian era to today - how have we and how do we incarnate God in between each other in this holiday season?

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