The Caravan and The Loose Lead Notebook: Guiding Images for a Liberal Ministry

Rev. Gail Tapscott will talk about the experiences and readings that impelled her into UU ministry and the ways they have sustained her and helped build community through 25 plus years of ministry. Her journey involved dreams, libraries and travel and was not the usual UU path to ministry.

Rev. Gail Tapscott got her M. Div. at Harvard Divinity School and also has an Master of Arts in the Great Books from St. John’s College. She as also completed trainings in expressive therapy and psychosynthesis through the Psychiatric Institute in DC and the Concord Institute in MA. She is a life long social activist particularly focused on the environment, women’s issues and the rainbow community.

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