Sermons by Paul Higginbotham
by Paul Higginbotham Discover the spiritual essence of Dungeons & Dragons as we explore the imaginative power, empathy, and inclusivity that make the game a divine journey for all adventurers. (Click Save to download a .pdf of the sermon)
by Paul Higginbotham Explore how to maintain the strength and resilience of the queer spirit throughout the year. This sermon offers support and guidance for challenging times when the festivities of Pride Month seem distant. (Click Save to download a .pdf of the sermon)
This sermon focuses on the role of fathers in teaching their sons that true courage lies in empathy and kindness. It discusses how fathers can counter harsh societal norms by modeling emotional intelligence and caring for others. (Click Save to download a .pdf of the sermon)
This sermon explores the complex relationship between AI and humanity, contemplating the ethical, creative, and consciousness aspects of AI through the lens of Unitarian Universalism’s seven principles.
This heartfelt Mother’s Day sermon embraces the diverse world of motherhood, honoring the love and strength of biological, found family, transgender, adoptive mothers, and female mentors who enrich our lives.
Our Unitarian Universalist fourth principle calls for a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. While our UU heritage recognizes sources of “truth”, in the end, it is the responsibility of each of us to craft a worldview for ourselves that makes sense to us as an individual…that gives our actions some direction for making meaning in our life. This Sunday, three of our members will be sharing their personal spiritual beliefs and the journeys that lead them there.
In today’s age of “cancel culture”, who we are is being shaped by the whims of whichever political party is in power. What does this mean for our collective future when millions of children are growing up with only half the story?
Social media has been full of stories about the Satanic Temple challenging conservative trends in the government. What else do we know about them?
Stories are part of everyone’s life, whether we want them to be or not. I believe they’re more than just for entertainment, though. I believe they’re the most important thing in the universe.