200 years ago this weekend William Ellery Channing preached his famous “Baltimore Sermon” in which he addressed the epithet of being a Unitarian. To kick off May’s theme on Curiosity, this Sunday we explore Channing’s radical work and wonder together on who we are now.
May Theme: Curiosity
There is a type of curiosity that is about enjoyment and adventure. It invites us to experience life as a playground. But there is another type of curiosity that leads to consequences, that changes us. This kind of curiosity is about more than enjoyment. Indeed, it’s the kind that drives us past enjoyment and comfort. It’s not about enriching oneself; it’s about altering oneself.
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