Richard Borden and Paul Holton Awards for Sermonic Excellence (Discontinued)
Please note that the Richard Borden and Paul Holton Awards for Sermonic Excellence ended in 2007.
Past award recipients effectively described ways in which Unitarian Universalists can apply the Association's principles to better our world, country, communities, and the lives of family, friends, and others. Special consideration was given to sermons which demonstrated how Unitarian Universalists, individually or collectively, can take leadership roles in these efforts, and successful submissions focused on turning hope and good intentions into practical action, with the goal of making Association principles come alive to solve problems and move our world to a better place.
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Last updated on Thursday, September 8, 2011.
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