Xenophobia, the unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners, or of that which is foreign or strange, is alive and well in our country today. Even as people of good will, we often find ourselves staying within our comfort zones.
This sermon explores how we can expand our lives and include more of the “other” without feeling like we have lost our own center of comfort. We will consider how to practice what Quaker educator and activist Parker Palmer calls the “compassionate imagination.”
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