We imagine and co-create the world together. We can imagine a different one than we have now.
In this sermon I ask, what makes a place a holy place?
We gather the spirit of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston for the first in-person service since the start of the pandemic.
The script from the service that Mark Vogel and I led at the Rothko Chapel on June 2, 2021.
My 2021 Easter sermon.
The sermon to launch the 2021-2022 stewardship campaign.
As many of you know, last week First Houston partnered with the Unitarian Universalist Association to distribute 14,000 liters of water. Working with volunteers from our congregation and Project Row Houses, we provided water to more than five hundred households in need. These include people located in the Cuney Homes and Project Row Houses and those connected with the S.H.A.P.E. Community Center...
The policy choices that led to the winter storm disaster in Texas are a moral evil. In this sermon, I argue why.
The second source of Unitarian Universalism is the “words and deeds of prophetic women and men.” Throughout Black History month the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston is exploring this source with a series of services on the teachings of prophetic people from Africa or of African descent. In this sermon, I discuss the North African theologian Origen, who taught about universal...
We are arguably living through the great age of propaganda. The rise of social media and its resulting social fractures and competing claims of truths led to a dynamic that played out in the recent presidential election and its aftermath.
How can we find the truth at such a time? And how can direct experience of awe and wonder help us to discover it?