Sermons on Holidays
Each year as I prepare an Easter sermon I have in mind the words of Rev Dr. Frederick May Eliot, president of the American Unitarian Association from 1937 until his death in 1958. “When I go to church on Easter I expect to be reminded of the elemental truth that in this universe of ours with all its hesitancies and timidities and tragedy, the tides of life are flowing fresh, manifold, and free. I expect to find myself swept into…
Thomas Karst speaks on the Advent, on the hope for truth and love to make the world and our community right.
Our All Souls’ Service and part four of our Love is ______ worship series. Love does not let go of others, even beyond the grave.
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 recalls the radical origins of Mother’s day, springboarding into a general call for political activism.
In this Easter & April Fool’s Day service, Phillip treats us with a little magic and more than one surprise.
In this Christmas sermon, Phillip examines the question: “Who was the real Christ, and how did this Christ become Jesus?”
Thomas Karst and Tyler Burley ruminate on gratitude in this touching Thanksgiving message.
Phillip speaks to honoring and remembering our lost loved ones on All Souls’ Day.
During this Father’s Day sermon, Larissa Hinman and Phillip Baber share their differing experiences with fathers.