I am a Unitarian Universalist seminarian at Boston University. My theology is pagan flavored, and my interests include the religious left, parallel institutions, and articulating the specific theology of Unitarian Universalist Paganism. I love liturgy, adult religious education, small group ministry.
There are few things that are better at making people more resilient than spiritual practices. Religious communities are one of the best places to root oneself when engaged in the deep, difficult work that our world demands of us. When I am at my best, there is a movement inward to the self, and out again to face the world; the place that has supported me in this is Unitarian Universalism, especially within my own congregation and affiliated communities. I have faith in these communities of ours. I believe that together we can dream of better ways of living and work to realize those visions together.