Speaker: Rev. Marti Keller
Rev. Marti Keller is in her 18th year as a parish and beyond congregational UU minister, currently the affiliated minister with the Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation, working in the arenas of gender justice and religious feminisms. In this capacity, she was elected the chair of the national Religious Coalition for Reproductive Justice.
She is also a consulting congregational minister. She is a past board member of the UU Small Group Ministry Network. Former President of UUs for Jewish Awareness, she was the co-editor of Jewish Voices in Unitarian Universalism ( Skinner House , 2014). Prior to her ordination, she was a cultural critic and reporter and social change advocate.
Marti returns to the pulpit here more than 50 years after doing so periodically as a member of the junior and senior high youth groups.
Find more info at www.revmartikeller.com
As children, most of us got a strong message NOT to talk to strangers. As adults, we may well experience loneliness as the circle of those we feel we can speak authentically with shrinks. What are some ways we can strike up and perhaps sustain conversations with those we do not know that might well lead to richer lives?
Worship Leader: Rev. Marti Keller
Worship Associate: Autumn Vandiver
Music: Aurora Singers