Sermons by Phillip Baber
The eighth installment of our worship series: Love always walks toward trouble, always lets go of the need for control.
Part five of our worship series. Love is not afraid to choose sides.
Our All Souls’ Service and part four of our Love is ______ worship series. Love does not let go of others, even beyond the grave.
The second installment in our new worship series, “Love is _______.” Love does not place the self before others. Love does not place others before the self.
The first in our new worship series: “Love is ______.” Love is fierce. Love is powerful.
Phillip speaks on the power of listening: as a spiritual practice, a demonstration of love, and a tool for justice.
Will Unitarian Universalism go the way of Shakers and the International Space Station? Phillip discusses the future of UUism and our congregation, and calls for us to grow and take flight.
What does it mean to be a man in the day and age of “toxic masculinity”? Phillip explores answers to this question in this Father’s Day sermon: from redefining “manhood”, to ridding ourselves of the notion of “masculinity” altogether.
In this Memorial Day sermon, Phillip reminds us of the horrors of war and the sanctity of the lives that we send into conflict.
Phillip urges us to keep ourselves open to love, even under the weight of knowing that all relationships end.