The first sermon in the 11 part series, lives of the spirit.
A Labor Sunday sermon devoted to that ever important subject, "how to form a labor union."
My homily from the 2022 Flower Communion service on gun violence and the rise totalitarianism.
A sermon on the tension between Unitarian and Universalist visions of salvation.
The text of the prayer I offered at the Harris County Commissioners Court, as prepared.
A sermon on the significance of the Rev. Robert Wedderburn, the first Unitarian minister of African descent.
A sermon calling for the end to gun violence.
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...
as preached at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, February 18, 2023 He drew a circle that shut me out–Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout.But Love and I had the wit to win:We drew a circle that took him in! Those words might be familiar. They have long been popular in Unitarian Universalist circles. They come from the poet and lifelong Universalist Edwin Markham. Active in the...
We went to Big Bend National Park over the winter holidays. Here's my account of the trip.