Date(s) - Apr 22, 2018
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Im Lohnhof 8
10:30: Meet, greet, and setup
11:00: Service with UU Minister Barbara Prose
Sermon: First Person Plural
We are honored to have Rev. Barbara Prose in the pulpit this Sunday, fresh from the EUU Retreat in Dijon.
We have one body and many selves. As multilingual, multinational, multicultural individuals, we can feel that we belong everywhere and nowhere. As the internet connects us with more and more people in remote regions of the globe, some of us feel more isolated and fragmented than ever before. Getting to know the cast of characters who live inside us, helps us not only feel at home in our own skin, but helps us reach beyond our families and the familiar to build lasting relationships across cultures and generations. e are honored to have Rev. Barbara Prose in the pulpit this Sunday, fresh from the EUU Retreat in Dijon.
Barbara was born in the United States of American to 3rd generation and 1st generation parents. She was raised by lapsed Unitarian parents who had found a home at the Arlington Street Church in Boston, MA for several years. Her call to ministry was in part a return to those roots, even as her ministry today at All Souls in Tulsa, Oklahoma, tests the limits of what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
We will share a community meal from 12:15 – 13:15, please bring something to share.
Parents: Please let us know if you are bringing children and how many, along with ages for first timers.