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2019 Stewardship Sermon Award Winner: Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter
2019 Stewardship Sermon Award Winner: Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter
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Please join us in congratulating the Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter for his winning sermon, "Tomatoes for the Future" (PDF).

Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter is the Senior Minister and CEO of First Unitarian Church of Dallas. Daniel came to Texas in 2001 from Boston. After holding an Associate position he was called to the Senior Minister role in 2009. He is the author of the Skinner House book, Faith for the Unbeliever, which is an exploration of making meaning in life beyond dogma and doctrine.  Daniel has a B.A. in Psychology and Asian Area Studies from the University of Vermont, a Masters of Divinity from Starr King School for the Ministry, and a Doctorate of Ministry from Perkins Theological School at Southern Methodist University.  

Daniel is recent past chair of the Clergy Advocacy Board for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, is the founder of a multi-faith volunteer chaplaincy group at an abortion clinic in Dallas, and is one of three founders of Friends for Good a four congregation dialogue program in Dallas that includes Evangelical Christians, Unitarians, Jews, and Muslims.


 

"Tomatoes for the Future"

"Tomatoes for the Future"

Watch Rev.Dr.Daniel C. Kanter deliver the 2019 Stewardship Sermon Award winning sermon, "Tomatoes for the Future".

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