Daniel Chesney Kanter

Full name: Rev Dr. Daniel Kanter

The Rev. Dr. Daniel Chesney Kanter

The Rev. Dr. Daniel Chesney Kanter is senior minister of First Unitarian Church of Dallas, Texas. Previously he served at King’s Chapel in Boston and as a chaplain at San Francisco General Hospital.

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2019 Stewardship Sermon Award Winner: Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter
The 2019 Stewardship Sermon Award Winner is Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Kanter for his sermon, "Tomatoes for the Future".

Skinner House Books

Faith for the Unbeliever
From Skinner House Books

Reflections on faith, especially for those who are not traditionally religious. Using engaging stories, and with reflection questions after each chapter, this small book of wisdom helps to make faith more accessible for all. Pre-order now! Books are due to arrive at our warehouse on 5/31/17.

UU World

Faith for the unbeliever
From UU World Magazine
More than an adherence to a belief system, faith is an orientation to life.
Praying for each other
From UU World Magazine
People felt closer to the church community, knowing the struggle of another in the room.

WorshipWeb

A Blessing for Planned Parenthood
From WorshipWeb
God of many names and mystery beyond all our naming, Our time together today is a precious gift....
Building Dedication
From WorshipWeb
Responsive Reading of Dedication 2011 (based on readings from 1950 and 1964 dedications of this church adapted by Rev. Kanter).
Spiritual Holiday Season
From WorshipWeb
Christmas and Hanukah once upon a time were about struggle, hope, and freedom....
God of Many Names and Mystery
From WorshipWeb
God of many names and mystery beyond all our naming, Persist in guiding us to a quiet measure of this moment, That we might link heart to heart in the...
To Love Life
From WorshipWeb
To love life is to notice the wonders that abound And To notice the wonders that abound Is to be grounded here and now And To be grounded here and now I...
Opening Words for Palm Sunday
From WorshipWeb
Today we begin the walk to Jerusalem The holy week The demand that we face the darkness, the broken path, the abuse of power. Today we walk toward the...

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