This month we have explored what it means to be a people of becoming. Many of us have become Unitarian Universalists not by birth but by conscious choice. We’ve come to understand our spiritual journeys are not simply about unfolding our true selves but also about untangling from our old selves.
What does it mean to be authentically who you really are? One part of that is letting go of what no longer fits. Join us this Sunday as Rev. Edie Love will lead us in exploring how becoming is intimately tied to releasing, as well as embracing the unknown.
Rev. Love is a Unitarian Universalist minister who feels her calling is to work towards love and justice. She has worked with people experiencing homelessness, racial justice, LGBTQIA+ people, and the activist community. She believes all people are her people, the streets are her parish, and everywhere we are, we stand on holy ground. Rev. Love is from Memphis, Tennessee, and founder of the Church of Resistance, a deliberately inclusive community of seekers.
Topics: Theme: Becoming