A sermon on stewardship preached at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Cleveland in 2011.
In this sermon given in advance of Indigenous Peoples Day, I link the current conflict in Israel-Palestine to the ongoing process of colonialism in the Western Hemisphere and the Doctrine of Discovery.
A sermon on the tension between Unitarian and Universalist visions of salvation.
Reflections on the 100th anniversary of the flower communion, and the ritual's connection to anti-fascism.
A sermon preached before the March 5, 2023 congregational vote to adopt a new vision, mission, and covenant for the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston.
as preached February 26, 2023 at Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church, Houston, Texas There is much in the ordinary life of a religious professional that more secular people find extraordinary. A friend recently reminded of this over dinner. A word about my friend, he is a well-known writer and war correspondent. Most of us would probably describe his life as extraordinary. He has reported from...
A sermon considering the proposed covenant of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston.
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 policy choices that led to the winter storm disaster in Texas are a moral evil. In this sermon, I argue why.
On October 6, 2020, I was part of a panel discussion organized by Move to Amend on The Immorality of the Climate Crisis and Corporate Rule. The moderator was Greg Coleridge other panel participants were Shannon Biggs (Movement Rights), Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap (Move to Amend), and Casey Camp Horinek (Ponca Nation of Oklahoma). Here are my remarks: