Unitarian Universalism: A Faith of Uncertainty and Certitude

September 15

Phillip Baber

“Unitarian Universalism: A Faith of Uncertainty and Certitude”

Worship Leader: Caitlin Regan
Accompanist: Gary Smart
Special Music by Phillip Baber

While Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion that is open to all manner of belief concerning the nature of the divine and ultimate meaning, there are, nevertheless, certain moral truths that are not–or ought not be–open to dispute. Our collective liberation will require us occasionally to move out of our liberal comfort zones and shed our proclivity to remain “open minded” regarding all things.

About our speaker:

Phillip Baber is the former pastor of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville. He is also a former co-president of I.C.A.R.E., the Jacksonville-based Interfaith Coalition for Action, Reconciliation, and Empowerment. Phillip’s ministry is dedicated to the advancement of our collective liberation, leading him to advocate in support of criminal justice reform, police accountability, racial and economic justice, justice for refugees and immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ rights. Phillip’s faith calls him to boldly declare that Black Lives Matter, No Human is Illegal, and Women’s Rights are Human Rights.