Experiencing the Sacred in Everyday Life
Sunday, April 25 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Some of the best storytellers from the past were those who needed to call upon a prophetic vision for hope and justice in dire circumstances. Our country faces equally dire circumstances today, especially around eco-justice. Join us as we explore creative ways to envision a more promising narrative for America grounded in the moral imagination around ecology and theology.
Rev. Jennifer DeBusk Alviar is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and member of East Shore Unitarian Church. She builds positive relationships with schools, churches and nonprofits. These partnerships connect theological values of love and justice with organizations that actively live out these values in the larger community. As a faith leader and community bridge-builder, her ministry includes public speaking, writing, and retreat facilitation. Rev. Alviar received her Master of Divinity degree at Starr King School for Ministry in Berkeley, California. She lives with her family on the traditional lands of the Duwamish people in Seattle, Washington.
how to attend
• To virtually attend, please Zoom in using room number 989 3107 9078.
• To phone into the service, call 669-900-6833, Meeting ID: 989 3107 9078.
For those joining, please mute as soon as you enter the room, so everyone can hear. Please note, the services will be recorded, but at this time, there are no plans to share the recording.