as preached at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, September 26, 2021 It is good to be back in the pulpit. I have missed you. I have not been gone from First Houston these past weeks. But I have been absent from Sunday morning worship. And worship, this thing the congregation does together–whether online or in-person–sits at the core of the life we share. The title of...
as preached at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, August 29, 2021 Thank you, Sophia for that exquisite violin performance. It is a blessing to have such talent in our congregation. I think that I can speak for the entire community when I say that we are proud of your achievements and wish you the very best as you continue your musical education. I am certain that you will bless...
as preached at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, August 15, 2021 It is good to be with you this morning. It is good to create this community together through word and song. I know this rose will open.I know my fear will burn away.I know my soul will unfurl its wings. I appreciate the confidence, the faith, that our hymn projects. It is a nice reflection of classical Unitarian...
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.
The policy choices that led to the winter storm disaster in Texas are a moral evil. In this sermon, I argue why.