There is a loneliness that comes from hiding our true selves and keeping silent about what we need. By risking speaking our truth with persons we can trust, there is the possibility of connection, breaking down the barriers of isolation, leaving room for the freedom and beauty of transformation. This is a vision for what our lives can be like in community.
Bio: Set for ordination this Spring, April Frazier is a community minister affiliated with Shoreline UUC. She received her M.Div. from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and for the past several years she has worked as a home hospice chaplain. Originally from South Dakota, she lived in Portland, Oregon after college and fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. She lives in Kenmore with her husband and their 4-year-old daughter.