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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 30, 2018

Let's celebrate our natural religious curiosity by answering questions given by the congregation!

Jul 26, 2018

Julica Hermann de la Fuente is in our pulpit for one last time this summer to complete the series on exploring the Cycle of Change. This time around, we won't just talk and think about change, we will also experience it together. Join us for a celebration of the power of community through music as we experience what it's like to hang together through change.

Jul 26, 2018

How do you find comfort amindst chaos? Where do you turn to feel safe and peaceful when the world is harsh and cruel? Let's explore the symbol of water as a rejuvenating source.

Jul 26, 2018
Come for this special chance to hear our beloved guest minister as she continues her series on navigating change. If you missed her last visit on June 10, you might want to go back and listen to the first part of this series.
 
Julica Hermann de la Fuente is a Lay Community Minister and a candidate for UU ministry. Prior to answering her ministerial call, Julica had been a social justice educator and a life coach. In addition to an MA in Leadership Studies from Meadville Lombard Theological School, she also holds an MSW and an ABD in Sociology from the University of Michigan, and two coaching certifications. She is also privileged to serve on the Beloved Conversations Retreat Leader Team and as a Program Leader for the UU College of Social Justice.
 
Born and bred in Mexico, Julica often finds herself living on the bridges between multiple identities: bicultural, bisexual, bilingual. She also identifies as a temporarily able-bodied, cisgender, upper middle-class, trauma survivor, immigrant, white Latina, and feels it is a privilege to leverage the complexity of these identities and the intersections thereof in the service of social justice education and anti-racism.
Jul 26, 2018

What can we learn from Unitarian and Universalist history that can inform how we engage with major justice issues of today? How has our history shaped where we are called to move in this moment in history?

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