Sermons by Phillip Baber (Page 3)
Phillip introduces our new sermon series on the six sources of the Unitarian Universalist faith, and covers the first source: Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.
We commemorate the one-year anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March through the reflections of the women that were a part of that historic event.
Phillip speaks to the need to map out a path to forgiveness and atonement for those who have wronged us.
In this MLK Day sermon, Phillip lays bare the long road toward racial justice.
In this New Year’s sermon, Phillip explores the #metoo movement that marks the rise of women in 2017.
In this Christmas sermon, Phillip examines the question: “Who was the real Christ, and how did this Christ become Jesus?”
While those decrying “The War on Christmas” ultimately crave assimilation and homogeneity, we endeavor toward a pluralistic community.
Phillip attempts to untangle the “wicked problem” of gun violence.
Phillip speaks to honoring and remembering our lost loved ones on All Souls’ Day.
Phillip explores transcendent experiences, their beauty and their dark side.