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With Guest Speaker Martha Durkee-Neuman and Toyan Copeland as Worship Leader
Please join In Person or on Zoom. Click this link by 9:45 on Sunday to join our service.
Change can be scary. But what if we thought of change itself as the most holy force there is? Through her book “Parable of the Sower,” science fiction author Octavia Butler and her heroine Lauren Olamina take us on a journey through the future and the creation of a new religion to explore what kind of hope is possible in the face of constant change. A conversation about the holiness of change and what we hold onto when it feels like the end of the world. Martha Durkee-Neuman is a lifelong UU young adult originally from White Salmon, WA and now a third-year seminarian at Harvard Divinity School, pursuing UU ministry. She also works as an electoral political trainer, supporting grassroots progressive candidates for local public office in Massachusetts. Martha is passionate about labor solidarity, abolition, and transformative justice. She can often be found reading, hiking, and conducting Zoom finger puppet theater.